Hello all, I have found this group to be so rewarding. Reading that so many others are having similar experiences makes me not feel so alone in the struggle! My main area of concern right now is actually with myself and my parenting. I have 2 children, both age 9 (a daughter and a stepson) who both have ADHD. I am struggling so badly to have patience throughout an entire day even. Sometimes at the end of the day I end up acting so impatient to the point where I'm immature, acting no better than them and even letting things come out that I KNOW at this point are triggers for them that escalate situations from bad to worse. I just started reading "Parenting Children with ADHD" and hope that will help give me ideas. But, what are some things that you parents who struggle with being patient do to help? Because honestly after getting through dinner,homework help, showers etc, daily routines I just don't have any patience left some days and I'm ashamed of how I act a lot of the time because of it.