Controversy is good! If carefully said. I guess I wasn't careful. I'm so sorry that you think I'm unhappy with you. I can see how it might have come off that way. Forgive me. I was only airing my view on what that poster was saying based on my own experience. YOU didn't come up with the add did you? How could I blame you? I don't.
When I read about your situation it sounds so unbelievably like mine! My oldest was diagnosed with everything, I hired tutors, paid for lessons, took him to doctor after doctor. Finally we've pieced together that he is what is termed a "Charismatic Sociopath" with Anxiety Disorder. My daughter is a model student, brainy, gifted, self confident but she never invites anyone up to her bed room. Why? She was diagnosed as A.D.D. but I have told her that someday I will see her on the news - a college proffessor who has to enter her home by a basement window because of all the ****! My third son is diagnosed A.D.H.D., Anxiety Disorder, and Conduct Disorder. He has been in a troubled youth fascility for the last 11 months. My youngest child has A.D.H.D. (with a big H), severe asthma, Lymes disease, severe food allergies, very poor eyesight, O.C.D., and is Bipolar. And who is the god like being who has been given charge of raising these four unusually difficult children? Me. Me who has dyslexia (not reading kind), A.D.D., and is Bipolar myself. I don't know what I was thinking when I had these kids - not because I'm sorry that they're here! It's just that someone with many more skills than I possess ahould have been given this privelege.