ADHD: Len's Reaction - ADHD Research
Waiver This information is offered for educational purposes only and is not intended to serve as medical advice. The information provided should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease. It is not a substitute for professional care. If your child, teen, or you have any health concerns, please consult your health care provider. This is an article summary of a clairvoyant reading done on a boy diagnosed with ADHD. Names and other identifying facts have been changed. Any similarity to person's living or dead is purely coincidental.
Len is seven-years old and diagnosed with ADHD. He is fearful and he covers his fear with hyper-activity. When he began taking medication, he became slow in his thinking, especially in school. His parents complained that before he was upbeat and active; but now he hardly sleeps and eats only one meal a day.
The medications took away his hyperactivity, but also his ambition. He withdrew and feels defeated and hopeless. He is depressed, not feeling like himself, and believes that his parents are trying to get even with him for being disruptive in school.
His parents decided to take him off the ADHD medication and to look for a natural cure. He was resentful of his parents because they wanted him to be better, but they were abusing him and treating him badly. His mother was sexually abusing him, and his father was making, what Len felt, were unreasonable demands in almost every area of his life. This boy was in severe reaction to his home life.
Len felt relieved about not having to take the medication anymore, but he was still extremely frustrated. His parents were pretending to care about him and he knew he could not trust them. They were being extremely insincere. They wanted to look good, but they were mean to him at home, and only pretended to like him in front of people. At least, this is the way Len saw it.
Len's mother insisted that she could cure his hyperactivity, which she saw as a 'physical problem,' by physical and natural means. She began giving him herbs, vitamins, and the like. His father felt that Len's hyperactivity was just his 'personality,' and thought he would grow out of it.
Len's father feels sorry for him, but does not want to see that his son is in severe reaction to his wife's sexual abuse. He knows that she is over-protective and demanding with the boy, but he is not willing to see that she is sexually abusing him.
This is a sad story with no practical solution, because no one is willing to express the truth of what is actually happening. There can be no cure or solution without truthful expressions and right choices to change the situation accordingly.
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About the author: Jean is a clairvoyant researcher, who has worked for the past 30 years in an independent research project. The project's objective was to discover the true cause of human negative experience and behaviour. Jean has generated and recorded over 1200 clairvoyant case studies on people in all walks of life suffering a variety of mental, emotional, behavioural, and sexual disorders, Jean is a clairvoyant researcher, who has worked for the past 30 years in an independent research project.