Parents Know Your Rights
Periodically we publish a piece about parental rights, particularly regarding parents’ rights when told they must or should put their children on psychiatric drugs.
We keep getting calls about this, so apparently we have not saturated the general public yet with this vital information. You can help us by forwarding this message to your own family, friends, and associates.
Parents are quite simply not being given accurate information about psychiatric labels (mental disorders) or the drugs being prescribed to “treat” their children. This is fact: There are no medical tests in existence that can prove ADHD or any other mental disorder is a physical abnormality, brain dysfunction, chemical imbalance or genetic abnormality.
There are non-harmful, non-drug medical alternatives to treating children’s problems with mood, attention and behavior that do not require a stigmatizing psychiatric label (not based on science or medicine but strictly on opinion) or a dangerous drug. You have the right to know about these, and to ask your doctor about non-drug treatments. You also have the right to get a second opinion.
Federal law prohibits school personnel from requiring you to drug your child.
The child drugging epidemic that has resulted in infants, toddlers, foster children, and a total of 20 million children on psychiatric drugs rests on one fraudulent premise: that mental disorders are biological “diseases” therefore justifying the administration of mind-altering drugs. The falsity of this premise is easily established by the fact that there is not one medical or scientific test that can prove any child has a mental disorder. Not one.
Behaviors are not diseases and drugs are not medication. This isn’t to say that children don’t have emotional or behavioral problems, it is saying that without evidence of disease—a physical disease—children are simply being drugged to change their behavior. Psychiatrists know this—they admit this, their own literature admits as much. But they like to keep these facts to themselves.
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