There are formulae to treat various mental health conditions such as ADHD. Unfortunately, there isn’t any proven method to reduce the bitterness of suffering in people affected by ADHD. It isn’t any problem with the pharmaceutical industry. Any suffering is tasted like cocktails or mixture of many different things all at one time. The only option is to choose to love it.
One day, a lady came to see me and said, “Please refer my child for medical treatment of his ADHD.” She looked optimistic about the medical treatment of ADHD and stressed that people told her that the pill did work well.” My hunch is her intention to seek referral revealing just tip of an iceberg of pain.
Could anybody hear the pain?
“As a child, I was condemned as a loser since elementary school. As parent, I had fought fiercely against ADHD at all cost to prevent my child from failing school. I don’t want my child to walk under my shadow. His failures, if any, would hurt my old wound worse,” she disclosed the chronic challenge underlying academic underachievement.
It sounds like ADHD medication promising and effective for reversing underperformance of the affected young. I really want the pills to take away the chronic pain of families who have been struggling with the ADHD challenges at home and in school.
Despite the wish of effective treatment, I completely agree that the lady struggles for change over and beyond the promise of medication for ADHD. She wants to break away the puzzle of an unfulfilled life. Treat or heal? What would she like? What would her child likes to be?