posted on Dec, 7 2013 @ 12:15 PM
School tried to tell me my son had ADHD because he wasn't paying attention in elementary school. They insisted he be medicated. It nearly went to
court as I insisted he had no such thing and was merely bored in class. They do not have medical degrees and can not legally make medical diagnoses.
They brought in a child psychologist (not a medically trained psychiatrist) to back up the diagnosis. I insisted that my son take an IQ test at which
he scored higher than the teacher! They backed down on trying to drug my son and instead put him in advanced classes.
How many of these school shootings have been done by kids on one medication or another? Quit drugging the kids and start parenting them
edit on 7-12-2013 by whitewave because: (no reason given)
There is no disease, did we not read the OP. I have known this for years. I have seen it happen with friends and my grandson. He is just a
normal kid. His mother does not discipline him correctly or give him proper attention in his younger years. Left to his own devices, that and his
constant eating junk food.
Here you have the classic example of a young man who is normal and just needs an adjustment in his diet, proper exercise, love and discipline.
Today kids don't get true exercise, they just sit in front of video games. They don't run and jump and play cowboys and Indians etc. This kind of
exercise uses their minds and imagination and does much more than give them a workout.
These drugs are harming our kids, don't let them make a zombie out of your children because they don't have the patience or the skill to deal with
them. They turned a friends kids into little zombies with no personality or sense of who they are anymore, it literally breaks my heart. It is
criminal abuse and should be prosecuted.
These kids, there are of course exceptions, are normal and just need schools and teachers who understand them and treat them accordingly. But that
would take too much time and work, they say. In other words they are not worth it. Too much money to help them, just drug them. So what they
are zombies and are not learning anything now, not our problem.
If it were their kids they would feel differently. Just another example of people, in this case children, being exploited for money. The drug
companies even have training for schools at how to spot a child that needs drugs.
This is an issue we should all be outraged by. They are the precious ones.....
edit on 7-12-2013 by dlbott because: (no reason given)