Getting into the mainstream

I think that the more this becomes popular knowledge, the more people will rely on science rather than their opinions to diagnose our children.

We KNOW when something is wrong, but are given such limited tools to deal with our frustration. In American culture, the answers always seems to be medication, for everything. I believe this is a direct result of capitalism and the ability of big business to control our outcome so that is it beneficial to their bottom line. But hey, that’s just me.

Ask her, she will probably say it is because science is just now catching up:

Aditi Shankardass from Ted 2009

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6 thoughts on “Getting into the mainstream

  1. This video is AMAZING! I wonder how long before this becomes more accessible for kids and parents. Thanks for sharing. I found your link at Hartley’s blog.

    1. You are welcome! We had our son treated with neurofeedback and they used QEEG to formulate the frequency that manipulated his brainwaves. I think it is pretty easy to find these specialists. Let me know if you do!

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