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I believe that parents need to let kids be kids and not take the easy way out and give them the pill. When my oldest son was three, he was kick out of daycare because they said he had ADHD and I refused to see a doctor. They told me because he chew on his shirt. About the time he was 7 or 8 we took him to a doctor and they talk my ex wife into putting him on medication and I didn't want to but decided to try once. He was on it for a week and told us he was sad and didn't know why. Right then and there we took him off. Now he is twelve and he has no problems in school and is a great kid. I will never recommend any parent to have there kids take pills for their behavior.
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