ADHD: Deceptive Diagnosis

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FOCUS PUB Incorporated, Sep 1, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 182 pages
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This book is about giving hope. It is for Christian parents who are floundering in the quagmire of unbiblical and contradictory ideas concerning ADD/ADHD. It is not a book on child psychology. ADHD: Deceptive Diagnosis will present the principles of biblical parenting as they pertain to the behaviors associated with the label ADHD. In America today, children are no longer considered to be capable of control over their actions, attitudes, or thoughts. Their lack of self-discipline, self-control and self-motivations, disobedience, and bad attitudes are defined as a disease.

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I am a licensed therapist (18 years) and a Christian (32 years). I have worked with a number of people over the years that have been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD. It is true; some ADD/ADHD behaviors are ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Dr. Tyler is Director of Gateway Biblical Counseling and Training Center in Fairview Heights, IL., and a member of several biblical counseling associations. He is author of Deceptive Diagnosis: When Sin is Called Sickness and several other publications.

Practicing pharmacist in the St. Louis area. Author, biblical counselor

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