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by princy william (2019-03-07)

My mom wanted to be Brain Pill Review helpful so when my son got his driver's permit, she offered to take him out for a drive to practice his skills on the expressway. The expressway speeds at supposed to be 55 MPH and 65 MPH and I use the word suppose to be because drivers who are licensed are not always driving at the speed their supposed to.Craig was driving the speed limit and doing fine, well that was until the driver behind him wanted to go faster and didn't like the fact that Craig was in front of him. The driver went around Craig and pulled up next to his car in the next lane over and gave him angry looks. Craig responded with a finger. This started the other driver into road rage.My mother, is in her 70's and she was very uncomfortable with this situation but she told Craig to remain calm and then told him to get off the road and that they would go to dinner. They got to a nearby restaurant , went inside, ate dinner, and felt thankful the problem had passed.As soon as they got outside the restaurant to continue on their trip they noticed that every single window on the car had been shattered. The car was a disaster of broken glass. My son was surprised and he believed that the glass being broken was a random, unrelated incident.I paid my mother the $500 deductible and I know in my heart that the broken glass was not random. My message to parents is that putting a teenager behind the wheel of a vehicle means that the child will respond and react to situation based on his or her level of maturity and emotional well-being. A teenager with attention-deficit disorder may be even more impulsive and react before thinking or realizing the consequences. You may want to ask your medical professionals about your child's safety behind the wheel and take precautions.According to a report in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, children in America have available to them holistic ADHD solutions that are more commonly used with European children. Since ADHD also affects adults, it's possible that the same situation exists for them.Studies are showing that symptoms of ADD/ADHD are holding some people back from achieving their potential. With children, the effects of ADHD can negatively affect their learning abilities which can of course carry on into adulthood and have an impact on what opportunities will open up for them.