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Originally posted by prexparte
reply to post by Advantage
I think a higher point with this 7 year old is, if this child is not able to sit during lessons there is a problem, unless of course the parents allow the child to act out without regards to those around. My grandson was diagnosed with ADHD, overly active could not be quiet, had a hard time sitting still. His mother let docs put him on ridillin, after 3 years of constant hassleing her about this prescription she took him off. after about 6 months he started to slow down a little, but, not enough to listen or be quiet during class, remembering he is not the only child in class. I found alternative ways of dealing with it, natural herbal and skating, football and such. know he can sit still and be quiet during class which includes more children then just him...it is not normal for a child after kindergarden t o be disruptive.
Originally posted by CX
How does it work over there in regards to owning or purchasing a firearm if you are on anti-psychotic drugs?
That would be one way to get the gun ownership down, get everyone onto medication then certify them unable to get or own a gun.
Originally posted by FutureIsWild If i could only get my body to cope with anxiety and without these drugs
Originally posted by fallow the light
adderall is the same thing as crystal meth. and they give this stuff to kids. a lot of kids when they turn 18 wont be able to get adderall any more so they turn to meth because adderall is VERY addictive.