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OPs made excellent points!
Old 08-25-2019, 06:30 AM
 
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I, too, have seen an increase in anxiety and "sensitivity." The child is the one who is hurt in the end if the diagnosis is inaccurate, or no treatment is given.

Children don't persevere often. If they can't poke a series of buttons to get what they want, they quit.

If you push, you're mean.


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