Practice Makes Progress; Not Perfect

Learning something new is often fraught with frustration

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If you’ve ever tried to learn how to play an instrument like the guitar or piano, you have experienced the frustration when you practice but don’t seem to make any progress. We’ve all been there. You’re not alone.




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Dena Warfield

Dena Warfield

With a fundamental Biblical faith and a Masters in Human Behavior, I hope to illuminate ADHD behavior and traits from a scriptural perspective.

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