ADHD flares tend to rise up at the beginning of each school year. For us, we tend to go through a checklist of behavior correction tools when this happens. For my son his intentions come from a pure heart and he doesn’t mean to struggle. Sometimes there are circumstances beyond his control and he needs […]
Sometimes I sit and sometimes I just say stuff to see who else is ADHD, like me. Here’s 12 things to never say to someone with ADHD. Except if have your video camera ready.
12. God made so many of them because they’re good sautéed in butter.
11. If you put this frog down […]
There are countless medical treatments to assist with autism. In all, many families with means have gone to great extremes in an attempt to heal their children including mortgaging their homes, taking out personal loans and driving countless miles for specialists. In the community of autistic detective parents it is not uncommon to discuss […]
Autism is winning! Among developmental disabilities it is the fastest growing with a rate of 1,148% per year.
The Autism Society says 60 people every day are being diagnosed with autism in the United States. The numbers are pretty close to the same in the U.K.
Seven years ago when we began our battle to […]
I turned to my son who wears more food than he eats, has a constant case of sticky hands and shovels food, and said, “She made me realize I am doing a poor job with my table manners. Daddy and your brother aren’t here so I think you’re the man for the job. I’m making […]
Eating clean, organic food didn’t heal my child is a statement I’ve heard before from loving mothers who have tried to eat clean food in an effort to release a child from ADHD behavior. The challenge is, food isn’t food and moms who feel they are doing everything right are still feeding behavior altering chemicals […]
Many people are ditching wheat altogether and finding they feel better on gluten free diets. This is also a topic for discussion as gluten free items are often highly refined and high in sugars.
Dr. William Davis, author of Wheat Belly, says going gluten free, “Is replacing a problem with a problem.” He says the process of drying […]
Over the last few days the posts on “Wheat – Debunking Nutritional Myths” have pointed out the genetic change wheat has undergone, the health issues that have resulted, the opiate affect wheat has on the brain and the potential of future wheat. Before you go running to the hills with your hands pressed firmly over […]
When we were determining if food caused behavior problems, we set ourselves up for success with a few simple tricks. After we read article after article about foods being linked to ADHD, autism and other issues we hit the ground running, like a coon dog tracking his kill. It was clear that food was drugging […]
When my son was 5 years old and starting kindergarten it became horrifically evident that something was wrong. Up until that fateful day we explained away his behavior as he’s a boy. In a world where we believed ADHD was over diagnosed we didn’t want him labeled. We have learned a lot since then […]
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