ADHD : No Such Thing

ADHD : No Such Thing

No, there is no such thing as ADHD…

Parents these days are subject to pediatric “experts” who proclaim that kids should follow some prescribed rates of physical, mental, and emotional growth. If they deviate from the “mean,” then there is a problem. Parents are intimidated and worry that there is something wrong with their babies. Every child matures in his own way, in his own time. Every child is different. – Psychology Today, Robert Berezin M.D.

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As in, use to be a preacher in the City of Enumclaw  before King County Prosecutors of Seattle, (home of Satanic Kindergarten Club) ran me out of the town of Enumclaw I could have told you there is no such thing as ADHD.1 ADHD is one of the most common conditions in childhood. It impacts how kids function in school and in everyday life. Suspecting or hearing that your child has ADHD (also known as ADD) Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Not only is “every child different” but many labeled ADHD are spoiled unto hell by parents who have been deluded by the government on the whole parent-child relationship.

But then governments have for a long, long, long time been commanding that godly parents be made as weak as possible and throw their children away.

The king of Egypt said to the Hebrew midwives, whose names were Shiphrah and Puah, “When you help the Hebrew women in childbirth and observe them on the delivery stool, if it is a boy, kill him; but if it is a girl, let her live.” (Exodus 1:15-16)

Indeed, the attack upon boys in our own current events is telling as to the spiritual battle taking place behind the veil of life.

Bonus Wisdom:

Yep, it is a real mystery why children are so ADHD.

Reviewed Unto Righteousness | Proverbs 18:2 | Timothy Williams
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(—Apparently, differences mean that we should make children conform to the idea that there is some ‘normal’ that all kids should be. If they’re active give them amphetamines; if they’re moody give them Prozac; for fears, give them benzodiazepines; and while we’re at it, lets give them antipsychotics, or Lithium and other mood stabilizing drugs. What in the world are we doing?

My focus is on the interplay of temperament and trauma to demonstrate how the fiction of ADHD took hold in the first place. Dr. Peter Breggin and others have addressed the issue of giving amphetamines to children with compelling clarity. (see a “Towards a Ban on Psychiatrically Diagnosing and Drugging Children (link is external)”).