So basically, you want to ignore all of the children who are debilitated by ADHD symptoms? And what about all of the adults who are debilitated by ADHD symptoms, for that matter? You seem to want to pretend that ADHD is a problem that only affects children, and that cannot ever be debilitating. Whether you like it or not, Dr. Berezin, there are many people out there who cannot live a productive life without ADHD meds. And the fact that you seem to want to prevent those people from getting the meds they need by sweet-talking to them and trying to convince them that meds are harmful for them, sickens me. Heck, you seem to be against all meds whatsoever, which again, is harmful. For some people with depression, meds keep them from killing themselves. But you don’t seem to care about that. Or, in my case, my meds keep me from having constant panic attacks that are so intense that I literally cannot fight them off. Before I started taking meds at age 13, I was miserable. I had such bad anxiety that I couldn’t stand to be alone at all, since being alone caused my anxiety to spiral into a panic attack. I never really got to enjoy my childhood as a result. Yet when I was put on meds, life became more manageable for me. But you’d rather ignore that fact and try to convince me to get off of meds altogether. Do you really think that’s a good idea, Dr. Berezin?