Patrick Timpone

November 28, 2011

Dr. Kevin Ross Emery

Synergetic Catalyst-Teacher-Speaker-Radio personality and
Author of Managing the Gift of Your ADD/HD Child

“A drugged child is an easy child to manage”

We really enjoyed our visit with Dr. Kevin as he opened our eyes to the ADD/HD labelling of children. Speaking on this serious subject, he humorously states that this condition called ADD/HD should be renamed “Cultural Inconvenience Syndrome”. These kids are curious, smart, innovative, energetic and it may just be the adults in their lives who cannot keep up with them, therefore finding it easier to manage their behavior by dulling them down and dumbing them down with drugs. We encourage you to listen to this podcast and share it with others as this side of the story is truly one not to miss!


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dr kevin ross emery, november 28, 2011

'Dr. Kevin Ross Emery – Managing the Gift of Your ADD/HD Child – November 28, 2011' has 1 comment

  1. December 14, 2011 @ 7:38 pm Napedog

    Great podcast Dr.Ross.
    I posted a link on my website- Adult Attention Deficit Disorder.
    Here is the link …


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