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Five million American children and teenagers have Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, known as ADHD. The condition makes it difficult – if not impossible – to stay with a duty until it is complete. Katherine Ellison knows the problem well. Her son, Buzz had many problems in elementary school. He could not be still. He was always jumping up and down in class. He did not pay attention. As a result, his mother says, he was always in trouble. And his teachers did not like his behavior. Ms. Ellison did not understand why he behaved the way he did. But, when he was nine years old doctors identified his problem as ADHD. And, like many parents of children with ADHD, Ms. Ellison learned she had it too. Peter Levine is a doctor of children’s medicine in California. He specializes in ADHD. He says there are many misunderstandings about the disorder. For example, parents often blame themselves. And, he says, others also blame the parents. Mr. Levine says the first step in dealing with ADHD is understanding the facts. He says one effective way to deal with ADHD is to change the way you interact with your child. Katherine Ellison did. She and Buzz spent a year researching ADHD for a book they wrote together called “Buzz: A Year of Paying Attention.” Now, she says they spend more time together. She also says she judges her son less and gives him more praise. Buzz is reacting well to the changes. He has fewer problems at home and at school. And, he can pay attention to his school work.