Developmentally Stunted Adults

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Dr. Laura.Thank you for putting this together - I am really looking forward to reading other parents responses to this! For me, this type of parenting is.

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Parenting Wisdom and Success Stories from Everyday Heroes. Parenting Wisdom and Success Stories"Your website does make me feel I can do better, maybe even stop yelling if I can just get enough sleep. But here is my question. Does it really work? I love my kids, but staying patient when they act up is hard.

That's not how I was raised. Maybe I can stay calm during a tantrum, but I'm no saint. If I do all this, will my kids really act nicer and listen better? Or will they just take advantage of me being nice, and act even worse?

No offense, but it's easy to give advice. Mostly on your website people ask for advice and you give it but we don't hear whether it works. It would make my day if there are parents who try to do all this and it actually works." - Lindsey. Lindsey is right. Giving advice is easy.

Staying patient when our kids act up is hard. Empathizing with our child when we just want him to cooperate is hard. Breathing our way through. Managing our own emotions is really, really hard. And yes, it is so much harder if we're sleep deprived, as parents so. But when we do the hard work- -to stay patient, to see it from our child's point of view, to stay playful- -we change. And our child changes.

And I know from personal and professional experience that we don't have to be saints. There's no way to be a perfect parent. We just have to try, and our intention makes a huge difference. Sometimes we have the internal fortitude. Sometimes the best we can do is make amends, reconnect, and.

The miracle is, that's enough. Love actually works. So will you help me make Lindsey's day? Will you write to me and tell me if doing this hard work has made a difference with your child? It might be a recent incident in which you were able to stop your own meltdown and reconnect with your child.

Or you got your child back on track. Maybe you allow feelings at your house now, and you noticed yesterday that your child is less rebellious. Or you saw your older child be empathic to your younger one. Or maybe you're better at taking care of yourself now, and you're enjoying parenting. Maybe you're even like the mom I heard from at Thanksgiving, whose five year old said she was thankful for a mom who doesn't yell any.

Whatever your story, large or small, it's a testament to your hard work. Please share it, the more specific the better. I'll post it here. Lindsey and all the other parents who just need to know that all this hard work is worth it. Thank you. For taking the time to support other parents. For your commitment to being the best parent you can be. For making Lindsey's day. And for sharing your miracles, large and small.

Feel free to go to the original blog post where you can read more. Dr. Laura... Thank you for putting this together - I am really looking forward to reading other parents responses to this! For me, this type of parenting is a daily journey and a daily choice. I feel that every morning I have to make a commitment not to yell, to stay calm, to chose love.

And there is something very empowering about that. I've learned that when I apologize to my kids when I make mistakes and slip - I see that when they accept my apology, they feel empowerment and generosity of spirit. I see that this influences their behavior with each other - there are more kind words and gestures, more "I'm sorry" and more "Don't worry, I know it wasn't your fault" that they extend to each other, than before. There are days when things are a big struggle, but I really feel that something is changing deep within our hearts AND I feel us grow closer together when we chose love, and when in the middle of a tantrum I hug my child and genuinely tell him that I hear his pain and that I'll help him work through it. So I think the biggest thing is - more feeling of connection that I feel with my children and that I see them exhibit towards each other. What Parents Have to Say. Dear Dr. Laura,I have always tried to stay on the path of non- coercive parenting and striven to inspire cooperation rather than forcing it.

The biggest challenge to my patience has always been when my three year old daughter seems to be willfully refusing to cooperate. I understand that this is her way of experimenting with her own independence, but I still had such a hard time not getting angry, especially when there was someplace we had to be and she would just not do anything to help get us out the door.

Inspired by something in your newsletter or website - I don't even remember what it was - I decided to do an experiment. When she became defiant I simply went over to her and gave her a big hug and told her how much I love her, then repeated the request in a soft voice (repeat as needed). My idea was that this would. The effect that doing this had on my blood pressure was impressive, but the effect it had on her behavior was beyond belief.

Vaccines Caused My Son's Autism. I have been in the world of special- needs advocacy for 1. I have come across countless people who are defensive, close- minded, and extremely indoctrinated about their across- the- board absolute statements that vaccines can’t cause autism. These people are often applauded or even possibly financially compensated for their stance. After a decade of some disappointing and one- sided conversations, I refuse to go toe- to- toe with these people anymore, because they are not going to hear me, and I am not going to hear them. But I would like to go on record with a quick list of how I know it did (in my son’s situation), and does happen. VACCINES CAN CAUSE “AUTISM.”  THEY CAUSED MY SON’S “AUTISM.”  THEY CAUSED MANY OF MY FRIENDS’ CHILDREN’S “AUTISM.”Here’s what I want to say to all the people who say it isn’t so: 1)  Many people have been compensated in vaccine court for medical issues that are a part of their autism and even autism itself.

If the American government is paying people who have autism due to vaccine- injury, how can you say vaccines don’t cause autism? Many autoimmune issues are scattered throughout my family including lupus, epilepsy, asthma, allergies, and eczema. How do you attempt to trick a baby’s immune system, when that system is likely not functioning properly?

Thirteen needles worth of maniuplation by six months of age without consideration for family history is just plain old insanity, actually. But that’s what happened to my son. Speaking of family history, my sister spent a week in the hospital after the MMR at age 7, and my cousin contracted a “rare blood disease” after her nursing school vaccines at age 2. My sister was never vaccinated again per her pediatrician, and my cousin will never vaccinate herself or any child she may have, either. Which leads to the argument that there are people who cannot handle vaccines, and that’s why everyone ELSE should be vaccinated — to create herd immunity for those that are contraindicated, immune- challenged individuals like my son. Well, no one is considering each child’s vulnerability. No one. Every child is vaccinated with no questions asked (unless the parent refuses).

In addition, herd immunity is nothing more than a theory. I haven’t been vaccinated in years. And I certainly wasn’t vaccinated against much.

Studies show immunity wanes in 2- 1. I’ve had maybe seven vaccines. How many adults do you know who are fully vaccinated? I worked for a pediatrician as an autism family advocate.

I did intake for approximately 3. I took my story to the CDC. From what I saw, many of these families and their previous doctors linked vaccines to their children’s issues. There were no “coincidences.”  Like my family, more than half had autoimmune family histories. As an activist in children’s health, you meet many moms who havesick children.

Some of them have kids with autism, some with PANDAS/PANS, some with life- threatening allergies, others with the most terrible of attention/behavior issues, skin issues, learning issues, sleep issues, breathing issues. Some with mitochondrial disorders, some with genetic issues in the family, some even courageously face cancer. Because most of these issues can overlap, we may not even see it because we don’t know what “normal” looks like anymore. Children with chronic health issues have become the norm. Many things can be connected to the declining health of America, but some things stand out:  the uptake in vaccines; the uptake in the use of Roundup and GMOs; the uptake in general use of chemicals with no safety data, making vaccines just that much more potentially harmful. All combining to poison our children.

My son’s issues have improved dramatically from treatment for vaccine injury. He has been treated for heavy metal burden, immune system dysfunction involving hard to treat systemic pathogens, gut dysbiosis and inflammation.

And his life is going to turn out great, you know why? We TREATED the vaccine injury. He was basically non- verbal at four and not toileting at age five. He is now a seventh grader and is fully included.

You can read more about him and our path in the last chapter of The Thinking Moms’ book. And finally, here’s the rub. My son’s pediatrician concluded that his autism was caused by his vaccines. You do not know my child. His doctor and his parents do. I am completely aware that this might not be your child’s story. I am only telling ours.

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