By Dr. Jan Strydom and Susan duPlessis

If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD or some other behavior disorder, be careful. This diagnoses might be false. The authors of this book explain how parents can teach their children the skills of concentration and self-control without drugging them into submission. This book is about parenting with out using harmful drugs.


Throughout the world youth-related problems are becoming more and more
acute. The number of children being diagnosed with behavior disorders
such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), conduct
disorder, and Tourette syndrome is multiplying. Youth violence, alcohol
and drug abuse, teenage promiscuity, and teen suicides have become
commonplace. Learning disabilities and illiteracy are increasing at an
alarming rate.

Who or what is to blame for these problems? Are some of these problems
truly the result of biochemical imbalances or neurological disorders ‘in
the brain? Are some caused by foods containing artificial colors and
flavors? Should we blame vaccines? Heredity The TV? Peer pressure?

The authors deliver ample evidence to demonstrate that these popularly
proposed causes play no more than a minuscule role – if any – in the
creation of these problems. Backed by in-depth research, they offer a
very logical explanation for their origin as well as their alarming

The book reveals the true causes of ADHD and other youth-related
problems. Parents, who know the true cause or causes of such problems,
can prevent them from occurring. Parents who are already in dire need of
finding help for their children will find that the book also explains
what they can do to overcome ADHD and other emotional and behavioral
problems – all without the use of drugs.Jan Strydom, a doctor in
education, had been involved in consultation and research of learning
and behavior problems over a period of 25 years. He also holds a M.A. in
298 Pages. Paperback