“When my daughter turned one she was diagnosed with autism. She is now 21.
She used to rock 20+ hours a day. Her cot would end up on the other side of the room. She constantly banged her head. I am crying while I'm writing this, it still hurts my heart so much.
As she got older, she would throw herself into walls. She was diagnosed again at three with Asperger's. Nobody understood. My husband and other children thought she needed to be disciplined. I knew better. I took her to osteopaths and naturopaths, and we saw improvement. I tried many different things, and she became a lot better.
Then when she started school she required more vaccines, so regressed and became more unsettled again. This time she began hitting me, with sleepless nights becoming commonplace. From this point on, my other children missed out on my attention.
I have managed to detox her somewhat and was so glad when she eventually told me that she hid at school to avoid her year 7 needles. Back then she wouldn't let anyone hug or go near her, but now I am blessed with hugs... and she even has her first boyfriend!
I am so thankful for your page - thank you for giving us this space for truth.” 💛
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