Born to Be Wild: Freeing the Spirit of the Hyperactive Child

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Perigee, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 199 pages
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In Born to be Wild, Kristi Meisenbach Boylan tells how, with the help of an enlightened doctor and some very devoted teachers, she and her husband were able to free her son from labels and medicine. This compelling story not only offers comfort and hope to parents, but gives us a new way of thinking about ADD/ADHD.

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While I might not always share the same viewpoint on medications and treatment - the underlying message of embracing our children for who they are is key to me. Kristi's accounts of episodes with her ... Read full review

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Chapter Four
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About the author (2003)

Kristi Meisenback Boylan is the author of two previous books on health issues and the former publisher of The Parent Track Magazine: A Parent's Guide to Child Care in the Dallas Area. She is the mother of a hyperactive child.

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