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Autism, Schizophrenia And Nutrition: Ants In My Brain


Why, within minutes of eating did he leap off his chair, screaming, clutching his legs, grabbing his upper arms, screaming “Hurt! Hurt!”? Later, when he learned more words beyond “tree, fire, and wheel”, he described the feeling in his head, “like ants crawling in my brain.”

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  • October 19, 2011 at 10:58 am

    We have hundreds of people whose lives are being destroyed by Child Protective Services because of children like this.

    Nobody cares.

    Leonard Henderson, co-founder
    American Family Rights
    http://familyrights.us
    “Until Every Child Comes Home”©
    “The Voice of America’s Families”©

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  • October 20, 2011 at 5:26 am

    Wow, this story is as fascinating as it is tragic. I really want to read more– please keep us updated on your son’s progress.

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  • October 21, 2011 at 11:08 am

    Leonard,
    I can well imagine, when you’re in the trenches, fighting for children and rights for families, as your group does, there would be a temptation to think “nobody cares”.

    From my perspective, in standing alongside mothers of special need children from all ends of the “spectrum”, I have witnessed thousands of people who care, who diligently strive to do the very best for their child, no matter the DX or the external pressures of public schools and CPS who often work hand-in-hand.

    Homeschooling is a solution for many families – as it was for ours. I see Hope, every single day.

    Best regards,
    Kathleen

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  • May 17, 2012 at 1:12 pm

    I have a question about your son’s behaviors. My nine year project is about a little known problem discovered when it caused believed harmless psychotic-like episodes of confusion for office workers in 1964. A child can have exposure for this problem if they have the ability to form a peripheral vision reflex, the human vision startle reflex.

    Does your son have behaviors that would allow Subliminal Distraction exposure?

    This phenomenon is unknown and un-investigated in mental health services even though it has been known in design and engineering for forty years. The cubicle was designed to block peripheral vision for a concentrating worker to stop it by 1968.

    A simple problem of human physiology and usually crowded knowledge work conditions, daydreaming is enough mental investment to create the “special circumstances” for it. Children playing where family or pets can walk nearby in peripheral vision can have exposure depending on their level of mental investment in that play.

    If there is a dual problem of Autism and Subliminal Distraction exposure finding and eliminating the location for SD exposure would allow a remission from psychotic symptoms.

    Subliminal Distraction episodes are not mental illness. A LOCATION FOR EXPOSURE is required. That means you can investigate confirm or eliminated it.

    All the other symptoms would be uneffected. Only symptoms caused by Subliminal Distraction would stop. For recently begun exposure that remission might be in as little as one week. But long term exposure cases may require months of precautions to prevent further exposure to see results.

    Visit my “Letters” page for the unrealized history of the problem and evidence that classrooms can have exposure.

    A pair of safety glasses with wide temple arms blacked out to block peripheral vision would lower exposure incidents enough to stop symptoms.

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