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As a parent, I know first hand that one of the greatest joys is watching my children grow and learn and discover the joys of life. When I get home from the office and as I walk through the door and my kids come running and give me huge hugs and share with me what they learned that day.
What would you do as a parent, if your child was asked to leave school because of behavior and attention problems? Picture your life now turned upside down and not knowing where to turn to help your child and get them back to mainstream school.
In this video Dr. Jeff reviews the book 'ADHD Does Not Exist' written by a medical doctor named Dr. Richard Saul. In this controversial work, Dr. Richard Saul draws from five decades as a practicing physician and researcher in the field to contend that the definition of ADHD as we know it is completely wrong. Instead, he argues that the "disorder" is a cluster of symptoms stemming from more than twenty other conditions, each requiring separate treatment. The detailed list ranges from mild problems like poor eyesight, sleep deprivation, and even boredom in the classroom, to more severe conditions like depression and bipolar disorder.
The one and only @DrDelRae taking us through the ins and outs of nutrition! Love her drive and mission and willingness to help strengthen the #AdvantageArmy!
Fit with @BrittRingstrohm
If you’ve never came to the point in your life where you feel you need to start exercising and moving your body more, keep living, you will.
95 year old wisdom from Bernice
When Bernice came into the office on her 95th birthday the first thing I did was give her a big hug, the next thing I did was ask her what bit of advice she would give to someone at my stage in life. Her answer was perfect, and one that I needed to hear. Don't sweat the small stuff...