clients call the "magic cure." In fact, within 3 to 5 sessions, with
Fendelman's help, clients see issues resolved for good.
"I call ADD and ADHD the multimillion dollar medical myth," says Fendelman.
"Why are diagnoses of ADD and ADHD on the rise in children -- and even in
adults? Because we have invented this catch-all name for what is an adaptive
response to our fast-paced, highly stimulating modern world. And what's
more, drug companies have created medications to suppress this response so
we think we have a solution."
Fendelman explains that drugging children is not the same as curing them. In
fact, most drugs prescribed for ADD and ADHD contain dangerous amphetamines
which are narcotic drugs known to contribute to stunted growth, eating
disorders, suicidal ideation, increased risk of diabetes, strokes, cardiac
arrest and death.
In fact, no definitive test for ADD and ADHD exists. There is only a list of
indicators, as found in the DSM-IVR, the diagnostic manual published by the
American Psychiatric Press. Indicators are not definitive.
Fendelman does not argue with the fact that the issues exist. "It's not
really a problem in the child, it just shows up in the child," said
Fendelman. "That's why it is so easy to cure it in 3 to 5 sessions."
"It is my mission to tell as many people as possible and help parents get
their children off of medication once and for all," said Fendelman. "We are
drugging our children unnecessarily and missing out on the creativity and
ingenuity of an entire generation. It is as sad as it is dangerous."
For more than 15 years Fendelman has successfully delivered her
life-changing, drug-free solutions for children diagnosed with ADD and ADHD.
As a result of her methods, Fendelman has seen an entire generation grow up
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