Hi everyone, I just want to remind everyone that although we are all here for similar reasons, Autism, ADD, ADHD, ect. we all have different ways of dealing with the daily trials of these things. Some of us are lucky enough to never have to use meds on our children while others have no other recourse. For those of us who make it without meds, you are doing a great job, for those of us who use meds for whatever reason, you are doing a great job! Face it, no two of our kids are alike, probably not even close to alike, each child has different needs and as parents we have to do what is best for our children. To add meds to the equation is a very serious decision that I know not a single one of us has taken lightly, and to decide not to medicate is a very serious decision as well and not taken lightly. I am just saying when we read a post about this med or that med let's not judge, we all know how bad things can get. Love you all!
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