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Spring Sweepstakes: Win a Revibe Connect!

Enter to win a Revibe Connect Plus Package — the discrete vibration reminder system that helps children with focus and attention issues to stay on task and boost their confidence naturally. To enter, just answer this question: What do you most hate nagging (or being nagged) about?

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ADHD and the Nagging Epidemic

No one likes nagging. We know it plants the seeds of stress and resentment. But sometimes we just don’t know what else to do when homework is entering its second hour, baseball practice starts in 15 minutes, and your child is staring out the window again. That’s when we feel chained to the vicious cycle of nag, nag, nag… until action follows.

How Revibe Connect Helps

Revibe Connect is a U.S. Department of Education-funded wearable that improves focus & attention span with quiet, gentle vibration reminders to the wrist. The device connects to an app that tracks the user’s progress over time and celebrates their improvements. First generation Revibe saw immediate, sustained improvement in 83% of students with self-regulation deficits.

Enter to Win a Revibe Connect PLUS

To win one of two Revibe Connect PLUS packages (a $169.95 value each), use the Comments section below to tell us: No one likes nagging. What reminder(s) would you rather never repeat and repeat and repeat (or hear over and over) again?

Deadline

Wednesday, May 15, 2019, at 11:59 pm EST.

Rules

Only Comments posted with a valid email address will be considered valid entries. One entry per household per day. The editors of ADDitude will select two winners at random and notify them via email on Friday, May 17, 2019.
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  1. Would love to not have to remind, we are leaving the house you are putting on shoes, shoes, shoes, now coat, no coat, coat, please repeat coat coat coat!!!!

  2. I tire of reminding, AKA nagging, my son to take his medicine before school. He wants to take it as late as possible to get him through the school day and that usually involves me dropping him off at school, only to get a call when I get home asking me to bring him his medicine because he forgot to take it. 🙁

  3. Time! We need to go, hurry, hurry. Time is running out. Look at the time. Times almost up. Why are you still in pj’s, we don’t have time for this.

  4. I would love not to have to say did you eat your breakfast, take your meds, pack backpack, shoes on and time to go to the bus – the morning routine once hes downstairs. Also would love to need to nag him for the bedtime routine either – its time to finish homework, its time to shower, put pjs on and lights out.

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