Putting children on mind altering drugs because parents don’t discipline them should be considered child abuse.
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Speaking of kids. You should know this. This is — da-da-da-da-da-da — what is this from? Well, it’s a medical website. Here’s the headline: “Idea of New Attention Disorder Spurs Research, and Debate.”

This is not attention deficit disorder. This is a disorder associated… If your kid daydream, the medical community thinks your kid might have a psychological disorder and may need to be treated. “With more than six million American children having received a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, concern has been rising that the condition is being significantly misdiagnosed and overtreated with prescription medications.

“Yet now some powerful figures in mental health are claiming to have identified a new disorder that could vastly expand the ranks of young people treated for attention problems. Called sluggish cognitive tempo –” Have you heard of that? Well, you will. Stand by. Sluggish cognitive tempo. “The condition is said to be characterized by lethargy, daydreaming and slow mental processing. By some researchers’ estimates, it is present in perhaps two million children.”

Now, look at the way they’re surrounding everybody. The first thing they do is come out and say that a young boy acting naturally, by the way, with lots of energy, maybe even kinetic energy, won’t slow down, won’t sit still in school, maybe pulls the girls’ pigtails in front of him. There’s obviously a psychological abnormality to deal with here. So they have to come up with attention deficit disorder. And of course parents don’t know anything. Baby Boom parents want to do right by their kids, and here come medical authorities, “Oh, yeah, we’ve identified a problem, ADD.”

“Well, what’s the cure?”

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