Originally posted by awakentired
Oh come on. I thought this site was about exposing thruth. ADHD AND ADD is nothing but myth supported by doctors and the legal drug cartel expanding
profits. Plain and SImple!
ADD etc is a disease easily rectified by putting your boot up your kid's ass and teaching him that it is better to pay attention to what is happening
around you than to leave your brains in space.
Wow, now that IS ignorance, in a nutshell. I'm not attacking you, but seriously, what basis do you have to substantiate that claim? Do you have any
personal experience with this 'disease'? That first statement, involved the tone of this website, two differing conditions (ADHD and ADD), a legal
drug cartel and profiteering off of false medical diagnosis. I seriously need too see some more information connecting the dots here, because those
were some big leaps considering you mentioned absolutely nothing in regards to either of your claims, besides the claim itself.....
HMM ok. If your second claim is true then: A. My kids need to focus solely on what's happening around them, and what other people are doing, and what
seems to be the norm. B. My kids should not dream, or use their imagination, because it's not as important as focusing on what other's have
accomplished with their imaginations.
Yes, good to pay attention. But Dreams are too. Both are necessary. And prove to me that adult ADHD is not a real concept. If you can, I would let you
come and put your boot up MY ass, in order to get my head out of the clouds haha....
As far as absorbing the energy around us?....
Well IMO, I don't think it's about that. I think it's more about your sense of awareness, and your mind better able to 'feel' (because you pick
up on and notice the signals, as well as being a more sensitive being in regards to emotions) what others are feeling. I believe that some people with
ADHD may just pick up on all aspects of their environment more easily, even if we don't notice (meaning our thoughts are focused elsewhere.) So when
we realize (actually think about it) the emotions of our surroundings (energy), to us, it's as if we some how remarkably are able to 'sense'
something special (due to the fact that most of our attention is aimed in one direction, at one time). Being more empathetic in nature, we ourselves
assume the emotions felt by those around us. To me, it's just a matter of perception.
But perhaps that made absolutely no sense at all. If it didn't, well, I already said I suck at explaining things. I might have even just said exactly
what you did, and I didn't realize it. O well, I tried.....