By Carol Greenberg
I’ve been a widow for 21 years. Yes, that was extremely difficult. I lost my elderly father several weeks ago. As hard as that was, I was able to get through that. But NEVER, NEVER could I imagine the loss of a child. And one who was only 8 years old. And the reason behind it will anger you.
The full story is at Grumpy Elder. I will give you an abbreviated version here along with my own experience and commentary.
Anthony Kowalczyk tells the story of his son, Tyler, whose preschool in Florida had advised his mother he should be placed on ADHD medication. Tyler eventually was placed on a drug which made him loopy, not feeling well and gave him stomach problems. Tyler’s dad decided to wean him off the drug and Tyler became in his eyes, a normal little boy again.
Then when Tyler entered elementary school, his school and the Florida Dept. of Children and Families, coerced Mr. Kowalczyk via intimidation to put his son back on drugs. He was told he could face legal action and lose custody of his son if he didn’t comply
Unbeknownst to the family and apparently not checked by his physician, Tyler had developed an enlarged heart as a result of the medication. Tyler’s heart burst and of course he died in the most horrible way possible. He was only 8 years old.
According to Healthline.com, about 6.4 million people in the U.S. are now on some form of ADHD medication, a figure up 42% in the last 8 years. $42.5 billion is spent on ADHD, for drugs, educational expenses etc.
Tyler’s dad put together a video called Tyler’s Story. Please take 6 minutes out of your day to watch this video and inform yourselves. Then pass the info along to others. No way will the mainstream media touch this, there’s too much money at stake:
Now my commentary. I was a school secretary 20 years ago, apparently before the other shoe dropped where parents are being threatened, in many instances, to put their kids on these drugs. But this crap of drugging kids is to “benefit” the teachers, not the child. The name of the game is 100% compliant students since they can’t wack their hands with a ruler any more. I spent a good part of my time in the office passing out IMO unnecessary drugs. Never mind letting them be “kids” any more.
Coming soon will be a video by Parents Against Pharmaceutical Abuse that I’ve been told will shed more light on what conceivably could be called the “overmedication of our children.” It is important to consult child custody lawyers from Fort Worth area for the safety of children and make sure they are in a safe healthy environment.
Crossposted at Conservative Outlooks