Is your child the BOSSY KID? One thing I’ve learned about behaviors in children is that they are ALMOST ALWAYS a window into how that child’s brain is functioning. And a child who is constantly trying to control those around them is a child who probably struggles with their own routine change. More specifically, that child MAY have trouble VISUALIZING change – so their attitude is an attempt to decrease and control the complexity of their world. Clinically, we might see clues in challenges with visual tracking, visual processing and cognitive function, and more. But even more importantly, there are key stepping stones that lead to the point where a child (typically around 6) should be able to visualize. If we don’t address those stepping stones, we’re just chasing our tails and treating the SYMPTOM. To learn more about these stepping stones in the trajectory of development, download our FREE 5 video series on deflected brain development at: getabsolutehealth.com/ndd-video-0
You gotta peek underneath the hood to understand what needs to be fixed. I’ll take restoring normal physiology over chemically treating symptoms everyday forever.