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At my wits end

One of my adopted children is plagued by behavior problems. I'll call her E. E's volatile emotions interfere with her 1) learning, 2) having friends and 3) leading a normal life. She is 9 and developmentally is functioning at about a 5-6 year old level. She cannot identify all of her letters and numbers. She can write if I write it out first and she copies it but she can't read it back. She can add, subtract and even do some simple multiplication with a ruler for counting up and down. She has dyslexia. She reads very few words. Sometimes I think we have reviewed a single word enough (even 30 or 40 times) and yet she doesn't seem to remember the word the next time she sees it. I teach phonetically but she often just randomly guesses at the sounds letters make when trying to figure out a word. We have been at this for 4 years and she has made little progress. Unfortunately, worse for herself than her learning disabilities are her emotional outbursts. She explodes over even little things - even good things. It can be something she wants but especially if anything changes, she loses control - rips out her own hair, rants and raves that it is the worst thing that ever happened to her, and insists it is the worst day of her life. It can take half an hour to HOURS for her to calm down. She has great difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep. Since she has allergies I give her benadryl at night (instead of the daytime) as it sometimes makes her a little groggy but even with benadryl, she can be awake for hours. I can find her up in the middle of the night. The next morning she is exhausted and her behaviors are worse. She needs 9 to 10 hours of sleep. She rarely wakes up rested. She is grouchy most of the time. It is painful to watch her being crashed around by her own emotions. I have run out of options. I have tried a star chart - giving her a star when she is good for just a short time. She then earns a prize. However, her behavior is only sometimes - temporarily good if she can see some immediate reward. Her biological mother did drugs and alcohol (and probably tobacco) when she was pregnant. Her heritage is Mexican and E's biological mother had major anger and aggression issues that resulted in her being in jail several times. E is so defiant. If I tell her not to do something she does it anyway. When I tell her to be quiet she won't stop talking. She is sneaky. She wanders off. She thinks she can do whatever she wants and does not have to abide by the rules. Grounding her and even spanking her basically have no effect and especially the spanking just results in her emotions being more of a turmoil. My daughter E cannot control her emotions and my heart aches as I watch her thrashing about in life. She needs peace. I believe her emotions are interfering with her learning and if her emotions could come under her own guidance that she could avoid the anxiety and frustration and just naturally learn. Please help. My only other option is to put her on Ritalin and I really just think that will mask her problems - but the rest of us cannot live with her constant outburst. I tried the tick list and thought perhaps Arsenicum Album might be her remedy but it doesn't quite get at her inner turmoil. Also I don't know about dosage. Yes, and she struggles with constipation. She probably also received at least one vaccination in the hospital at birth before I got her. Both of her biological parents struggled with learning disabilities. Thanks for any help. A
 
  Pickleplan6 on 2012-04-16
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I am willing to advise you on appropriate remedies. I will post my intake form for children, if you can fill it in for me. You have given a lot of good information here, but we need to cover alot of different aspects.

Also, the intake form allows the information to be organised so it is easier for me to follow and analyze it.

1. Describe in detail the main problem - appearance, colour, shape, sensation, pain. etc. What happens, when it happens etc.

2. Describe any pains or behaviours associated with the symptoms.

3. Describe anything that makes the problem worse ie. position, temperature, food etc.

4. Describe anything that makes the problem better ie. pain is better for cold bathing or at night in bed.

5. Go through each symptom or problem he/she has, doing the same thing, even if the problem does not seem connected to any others (repeating answers for questions 1-4 for every problem)

6. When did each problem start? What happened around that same time?

7. What is his/her character like? What kinds of fears or anxieties does he/she have? What makes him/her irritable? Flesh out his/her personality as much as you are able (age can make this difficult)

8. What foods does he/she crave or hate? What drinks does he/she crave or hate? Is he/she sensitive to anything he eats or drinks? How does he/she feed?

9. How does the weather or season or temperature affect him/her?

10. How have all his/her milestones gone? Does he/she have any issue with speaking, learning, walking, climbing etc

11. How is he/she with socializing with others?

12. What is his/her bowel habit like? Any problems? Any odours, strange colours or stool shapes?

13. Where does he/she sweat? Does it have a smell or does it stain a particular colour?

14. History of illnesses in his/her life?

15. Has he/she reacted to any vaccines or medical drugs?

16. Problems with sleep? Position he/she sleeps in?

17. How is he/she with animals?

18. How is he/she with adults or strangers?

19. What is the family history of illness and disease?

20. What was the pregnancy like? Any odd symptoms or feelings that disappeared once he/she was born? Any symptoms that were problematic? What kind of stresses were you under?

David Kempson
Professional Classical Homoeopath
Dip.Hom.Med.1994
Registered ATMS 5141
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
1. Main problem - Tempers - E is VERY easily frustrated which immediately leads to anger. This is especially noteworthy if anything changes (for the good or bad). She erupts like a volcano. Her face becomes dark as she lowers her eyebrows. Her skin is brown but she certainly becomes darker. Then she verbally lashes out (calling people names, raising her voice), and argues that she is not going to do it (if she receives some instruction - such as to go make her bed - her normal job), and grabs her hair on each side and rips some of it out. She will often later 'pay people back' by doing something like cutting up or breaking one of their favorite toys, and even does this to adults. She had gone to find my jewelry and pries out the stones from the settings. This pay-back is done in secret. She has even done self-destructive things like scratching her arms leaving marks and cutting chunks out of her hair. These pay-backs often happen when I send her to her room for a time to cool down when she completely disrupts the family.
2. Pain/behaviors - above - but also, it seems that once she loses control that she has little chance of getting it back as she is driven by the anger - and this can last for HOURS. She has a high level of endurance. The pain is her emotional pain - I think it is constantly living in fear. Perhaps I am wrong. That just came to me.
3. Worse - any time there is a change (which is often) as no two days are alike. Typical example - I was in the store last week and I picked up 4 activity books - one for each of my 4 children (fun things to do). I picked up one for her and she started tempering in the store - saying she hated it, that she wasn't going to do it, that she was going to rip it up when she got home, etc.
Then 3 days later she asks me for it because she wants to do the activities.
4. Better - E's behavior is best managed when she is 1) taking a warm bath (she would stay in there for hours if I let her)and 2) she LOVES to listen to books on CD that we get from the library. She will listen to any children's book and can repeat back in great detail. These activities are things she does alone. If the other children are playing in the sprinkler or children's pool outside or sandbox, she will wait until they are done and go out there by herself to play alone. She does not do well with other children as she is always trying to out-do others. So, if something like hitting another child 'seems' funny, she keeps smacking them. (My adult son and I say that she doesn't have an OFF switch.) She hates rice (I think it is the texture). She tends to cram her mouth full and even take food in and out of her mouth and ends up with a lot of food all over her face when she eats. She is very competitive - like racing to climb up the tree faster than her brother. She wants to race through her writing assignment to be first and tempers if someone is done before her.
She is thin with a long rectangular shaped body - and often cold so she might put on a winter coat in the house in the summer time and even put on the hood. I live in North Carolina (US) and it is mostly warm here but in winter she might put on 2 to 4 pair of pants to stay warm when the other children have on 1 pair of pants.
Bedtime is awful as she is restless - has trouble falling asleep (gets up numerous times and talks incessantly) and often wakes up later and roams the house.
5. Problems 1) tempering 2) learning difficulties -
I did tempering above.
Learning difficulties - E tempers when I ask her to read a book. Anything that she cannot do easily results in a temper. She has great trouble reading. She can work a word with me for weeks (as a spelling word, in a reading book, on note cards to make sentences) and yet if she sees the word a few days later she will not recognize it. It is as if she forgets it. I teach her phonetically (homeschooling) and she can forget the sound that the letters say. I don't even focus on her knowing the name of the letter. I just focus on her knowing the sound. I point at the letter L and say the sound. When I ask her to read a book we have read together many times, she relies on her memory of the order of the sentences and skips words or adds what she thinks she remembers. I insist she use her finger to guide her down the line of print and she tempers about that - even though I make her do it every time. If I write a math problem on a whiteboard instead of in her notebook she tempers and seems to have a emotional block that stops her from being able to think (transfer the knowledge from one situation to another).
6. I have had E since she was 14 days old. I don't know what happened to her before she came to me. I remember that she sucked her thumb and was a content baby but since she was a preschooler she had a volatile temper, has been delayed in learning, and is obstinate. I was married but when E was 2, my husband (her adoptive father) had 2 strokes (he was only 52 and had no risk factors so it was a shock) which damaged his right temporal lobe - 'personality' part of his brain which caused him to be very hostile and have difficulty with problem solving. I took the children and left due to fear for our safety. He still has minimal contact with the children - maybe he sees them a day or two a month. Interesting that her adoptive father has trouble controlling his emotions and so does E. It was a very traumatic situation for all of us. He used to hold E in the evenings before she would fall asleep and once he had the strokes he was done nurturing her. Very sad for her. Big loss. Her personality of defiance really was more noticeable when she was 4 to 5 years old as I started her in kindergarten and I remember I discussed it with her teacher. Kindergarten is very academic now and she was not able to keep up in that setting so I began homeschooling all my children.
7. E is actually a sweet (underneath it all) girl. She is kind-hearted when she is not angry. She can be sweet and even vulnerable when she lets down her guard. But this is rare. Mostly she is angry and sour and tries very hard to drag everyone else down to that level.
She sings like an angel and despite her disabilities - can sing the score to Phantom of the Opera. When she is in a rare good humor, she says she never wants to leave me and readily says she loves me and kisses me. Fears - anything and everything new - even good things - even things she wants and asks for give her anxiety and fear. Definitely being constipated makes her irritable. After a good b.m. she is generally all smiles. She often has small b.m.s about 6' long - very compact - not soft. She can go days without a b.m. and I've had to address that with prune juice or a colon cleanse. However, she is very sneaky. She finds things that belong to others and sneaks them into bed. I have a strict rule that the children cannot have food in their bedrooms and she will sneak everything from fruit, to candy, to salt into her bed. She uses many things to keep herself awake (flashlight, glow in the dark sticker, CD player) which she sneaks into her bedroom and hides until I catch her. She sleeps with one sibling who is often fast asleep when she is still awake. She loves salt. If I don't watch her she will lick the salt off some foods and put them back in the bag. She licks the salt shaker. She'll sneak a small container of salt to her bed to eat there.
8. E hastes rice - ? the texture. She loves to suck on ice cubes. She loves salt.
She makes up her mind if she likes something by looking at it and then refuses to eat something based on that - even if it has something good in it. She likes chips and salsa, potato chips, apples, eggs, yogurt, cheese, onions, chili, soup, and sweets like cake.
Craves - salt.
9. I have not noticed the weather impacting her.
10. Her motor skills have been very appropriate - sit about 6 months, walk around a year. She has a very athletic body and is coordinated, lean, and strong. Her academic milestones are not good. She has yet to be able to read more than a few words that have been repeated over the course of years. She does not know all of her letters or numbers.
11. Socializing - E has great difficulty getting along with other children. She is super competitive and often has extreme behavior that irritates other children. We have even been asked not to come back to play with one family because E is so aggressive with other children. She does well singing in Sunday School class. She went to summer camp last year with our church for 4 days and the chaperone in her cabin said she kept sneaking off and they were worried and had to find her. She can't take too much contact with others - inside and outside of the family. She spends several hours a day in activities by herself - by her own choice.
12. Bowels - noted above. Also, E still has accidents - both b.m.s and urine - 1 to 7 times a week. She gets angry when I insist she go to the bathroom when I know she hasn't gone in a long time. No strange odor to b.m. Just that it is often the same size - about 6' long and compact.
13.I have never known E to sweat. She even comments that when the other kids are sweaty that she doesn't sweat - and she is right. She might get dirty but not sweaty. She does not smell bad.
14. I know very little of the family except the biological mother and her family utilized drugs. The biological mother had a brother who was killed (stabbed)as a teen, and a boyfriend of subsequent children who was murdered in a gang/drug war. Violence is a big problem for this family.
15. I think E had one vaccination at the hospital when she was born (but I'm not sure). Once I got her I did not get vaccinations.
16. Terrible sleep issues - above - sleeps flat on her back most of the time.
17. Animals - she often talks baby-talk to animals. We have a dog, 2 cats, a parakeet, and 12 chickens and she handles them and is not cruel.
18. Adults/strangers - E is a beautiful girl and people often walk up to her and tell her that. She smiles her charming smile and is pretty precocious so engages with them easily. She also often wanders away from me in stores and I fear she would leave with someone so I've had to take measures to keep her close.
19. I know nothing of her biological family disease and illness except the violence related deaths above.
20. I met the biological mother when she was 8 months pregnant with E. She had not been to the doctor because she was trying to hide her pregnancy because she already had a child in foster care. She thought she was going to be able to keep E but had to turn her over to foster care by a court order. Biological mother was small (probably not 5' tall) and weighed 120 pounds fully pregnant. She also is a beautiful young woman. I'm sure she was under a lot of stress during the pregnancy with a child in foster care and relied on drugs. She signed off on the both children shortly after E was born as she was in prison. Poor E. Such a stressful life for such a little one. It is so much more once I write it down than I had added up before this point.
I love E but she knows I am at the end of my tolerance. I don't want to push her away. I hug her and rock her and tell her how much I love her (most of the time she welcomes it) but her emotional status is not repaired by my attempts. I really do love her and want her to have peace and be able to accept and give love.

Sorry it took so long to write this out. It is so emotional.
 
Pickleplan6 8 years ago
This is wonderful, a very thorough report. I will get to work on this now (until my next client anyway).
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
Ok the remedy I would like you to get is Tuberculinum 200c.

INSTRUCTONS FOR SPLIT DOSING

Firstly, you need to create a separate dosing bottle. Get a bottle with a dropper, 15-30mls in size, and fill it with a mixture of water and alcohol (5 parts to 1 part). Dissolve 2 granules or 2 drops of the medicine you bought from the pharmacy into this mixture. Your doses will be made from this bottle.

Hit the bottle firmly against the palm of your hand, or another elastic surface like a book. It should be a firm hit not a tap. 2 hits is enough to begin with, and should not be increased unless it is clear that it is needed. The water in this bottle will 'remember' the number of times you have hit it, so that subsequent doses will be stronger (necessary to overcoming the resistance of your disease).

Place 1 drop into an amount of water - I may start with anything from 1/4-1 full cup (62ml-250ml) depending on the sensitivity of the patient. Stir thoroughly and take 1 teaspoon into the mouth. Throw the rest of the cup away. Wash this cup and spoon in hot water, not detergent, and keep them aside to use for further doses.

This is one dose. Repeat doses would be started from the 2 hits on the bottle.

Each step of this process can be adjusted to reduced aggravation or to increase the effect of the medicine. In order to be able to do this, it is important to measure each step (count the hits, the drops, measure the water etc).

Start with 2 hits, a single drop into 1/2 cup of water, stir and give her 2 teaspoons into the mouth. Do this once only and report her reaction after 3-5 days.
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
Mr. Kempson - Thank you so very much. This is a little more complicated than I am used to but I'll do anything to help E. It will take me a few days to order the remedy. I'll check back with you soon. God bless you - Ann
 
Pickleplan6 8 years ago
Split dosing is the method of dosage created by Dr. Hahnemann, the creator of homoeopathy. It is the safest and most effective way to administer the remedies. Once you get the hang of it, it is simple, especially since you only need to do one dose.
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
I followed your instructions and this is what happened. I gave E the dose on Sunday evening before bed. Monday was a glorious day. She was kind, polite, fun, and able to do her academic work with ease. I got to be with the person that I always thought was hiding beneath all the 'stuff'.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday - back to her usual self - a smart-aleck, angry, sneaky, easily frustrated, difficulty falling asleep - back to a 9/10. She whines constantly about how life is unfair. Always comparing and finding fault.
In the past she would be a 9 to 10 (with 10 the worst) 98% of the time. On Thursday I reminded her that she had a great day on Monday after taking her remedy and asked her what happened, she said, 'I don't know, I guess it wore off.' I know remedies don't wear off, but that was her impression.

I will say that she has made some slight improvement - perhaps it would be fair to say she is functioning between 8.5 and 10 the last few days. I don't expect her to be perfect, or have a personality transplant. It would just be nice to have more times where she is not wrapped in a blanket of unhappiness and frustration.

I need advise on continuing. Does she need tincture of time or another dosing? I saved the preparation as you instructed using Brandy and water - and washed the utensils as noted. I have been using colloidal silver as 2 of my kids had strep - should I avoid that while she is on the remedy. I give the silver in the a.m. Will it interfere?

I would like my oldest son to consult with you. He is 26 and has ulcerative colitis.

I have a Boericke's Materia Medica and when you suggested her remedy I did not see E in the symptoms. However, I went on-line and read the Hahnemann version and agree that it is E. I am not well-informed on constitutionals, hence, my ignorance.

Please advise and send me your address and I will send you some money. I believe that classic homeopathy is the absolute standard but it is very difficult to find a true homeopath from this philosophy - so many are using homeopathic mixes now. How does one know what worked if you use mixes? (rhetorical)

Thanks - Ann
 
Pickleplan6 8 years ago
Well remedies can indeed wear off, if they are only palliating, or if there is some kind of internal obstacle or external stimulus provoking the problem.

One day of improvement - well that is not encouraging but lets see what happens when we repeat the dose. This may be an issue with potency rather than the remedy. This would mean trying Tuberculinim 1M.

It is against forum rules to be paid for services here. I work for free on this forum. I do that because I genuinely love homoeopathy.

I agree about the mixtures. Mixopaths have all sorts of justifications for it, but in the end it makes long-term managament of a case impossible, and that only harms the patient, even if in the short-term something in the mix works.
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
Mr. Kempson - Thank you for your reply. I will try the 1M dose. I assume that I do a split dose like last time. I will keep you posted.

I actually wondered if it was a placebo effect as she was hoping for positive change. Would you speak a little more about the barriers - internal or external? I don't have a fragile ego and I am willing to hear about things I might be doing to stall her progress. Part of her issue is that since she is 9, she has some of this behavior as part of her identity. I try to reinforce any small positive behaviors that I see through praise. Despite having so many learning disabilities - she is pretty socially aware that she cannot keep up with her peers and that her behaviors irritate others. I was careful to make sure that she had not had anything in her mouth for 30 minutes prior to taking the remedy.

God bless you for your gracious kindness for E. I am praying for Him to send you a wonderful blessing. So much is written on our genes. I feel that E has an opportunity to stop the pathology from her family of origin and I want to assist her to that end.
Thank you -
Ann
 
Pickleplan6 8 years ago
Don't move to 1M yet. Repeat 200c. Only move to 1M when we discuss it.
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
Mr. Kempson - I repeated the dose on 5-20-12. No improvement. The same obstinate, argumentative, strong-willed, learning-impaired, mean child. I am exhausted. Sob!
Ann
5-30-12
 
Pickleplan6 8 years ago
Hello Ann,
sorry to say Brisbane is not on forum
anymore, he took a leave from his
clinic and did not let anyone on here
know what his situation is. He was ill
earlier this year and did not treat anyone
for over a month, but at least we had
some- communication then.

People have quickly switched this time
to other practioners on here. I would
ask Asad to take over your case, he is
very interested in children and is also
having two senior homeopaths as
backup.

Use your edit button on low right
and change headline to Asad help
with adopted child ( something like
that) It might be time to go up to
1m OR another remedy. These things
take some time and knowing when
to fine tune remedies, so hang in
there as I have seen many personalities
change over to feeling good and
relaxed on here.

Regards,
simone717
 
simone717 8 years ago
Hi Pickleplan6,

I am glad to see so many kind-hearted people are still around us. God bless you.

I have studied the case thoroughly. It is time to move up to Tuberculinum-1M or simply Tuberculinum-1000c dose immediately. This time avoid split dosing. Put 2 drops of remedy in half cup of water, stir & give her to drink. Also please share updates regularly. The next dose will be given after 15-20 days, depending upon the need.

Also please get hold of the following remedy: Bryonia Alba-200. Let me know when you get it & I will then guide you further.

Many prayers for E.

Regards,
Asad
 
AsadGhumman 8 years ago
Hello Ann,
Wanted to let you know David is ok
he was in an auto accident. He is
home,but cannot supervise cases for
a time ( he is not sure how long)

Anyway I know you probably don't look
at the forum everyday and everyone
is happy to finally know David is ok.

Best Wishes,
Simone717
 
simone717 8 years ago
My greatest thanks to Asad and Simone717 for the information on the remedy for E and update on Mr. Kempson. I am praying for him to have a good recovery. I know that he has a heart for healing.

Asad - Thank you for your kindness. My access to a computer is limited so thank you for being patient.

I will get the new dosage of tuberculinum bovinum for E and give it to her (along with getting Bryonia Alba). I must order from Europe to get the first remedy so it will take about 1 week. I will post as soon as I have given her the dose and have a few days to see what happens.

Thank you so much Asad.

Ann
 
Pickleplan6 8 years ago
Dear Asad - Thank you for your guidance. I just received the two remedies that you advised me to get in today's mail. I had to wait a few days to get paid and it took 11 days to get my order from Ainsworth in London (I'm in U.S.). I am ready to give the tuberculinum to E except that she is going to an overnight church camp for 3 days/nights - leaving in 2 days. The staff know her shortcomings and are prepared so I am going wait until she returns home on 6-27-12 to give it to her so I can monitor her changes. I will post within a few days of that date. Thank you for your patience. I also have the bryonia and will wait on that.
Just to clarify:
I dissolve 2 tablets in some filtered water and use 2 drops of that in a half cup of water and give her that entire 1/2 cup.
If I don't have the instructions correct - please advise me. Otherwise, no need to reply to this posting. I will let you know. Ann
 
Pickleplan6 8 years ago
Hi Pickleplan6,

This time I want you to change the dosing method. Instead of dissolving 2 tablets in water & taking 2 drops in another cup of water, just directly put 4 pellets under her tongue & let the tablets melt there with time. Don't give her the tablets with water.

Give her Tuberculinum-1000 & then wait for 2 days & don't give any other homeopathic remedy. Give her Bryonia Alba on the 4th day & then again on 7th day & then on 10th day. Dosage will be as explained below:


Day-1: Tuberculinum-1000 (Put 4 pills directly under her tongue)
Day-2: ----
Day-3: ----
Day-4: Bryonia Alba-200 (Put 4 pills directly under her tongue)
Day-5: ----
Day-6: ----
Day-7: Bryonia Alba-200 (Put 4 pills directly under her tongue)
Day-8: ----
Day-9: ----
Day-10: Bryonia Alba-200 (Put 4 pills directly under her tongue)
Day-11: ----
Day-12: ----
Day-13: Bryonia Alba-200 (Put 4 pills directly under her tongue)
Day-14: ----
Day-15: ----
Day-16: Bryonia Alba-200 (Put 4 pills directly under her tongue)
Day-17: ----
Day-18: ----
Day-19: ----
Day-20: Tuberculinum-1000 (Put 4 pills directly under her tongue)
Day-21: ----
Day-22: ----
Day-23: ----
Day-24: ----
Day-25: Bryonia Alba-200 (Put 4 pills directly under her tongue)
.
.
No medication after day 25 till day-40
.
.
Day-40: Tuberculinum-1000 (Put 4 pills directly under her tongue)

Many prayers for E

Regards,
Asad
 
AsadGhumman 8 years ago
Dear Asad:
Thank you for all your work and prayers.
We are on Day 6. The past 5 days have been very pleasant. Even when several challenges presented, E was able to quickly recover and be kind, polite and pleasant. What a nice vacation for me.
However, Day 6 - she is back to her regular grouchy, rude, mean self. She received the first doses of tuberculinum and bryonia on the days you instructed. I will continue to give her the remainder of doses with hopes for a brighter future.

Ann
 
Pickleplan6 8 years ago
Dear Ann, Please don't be discouraged. Stay the course. Homeopathy has the ability to transform. I know it from experience.

And Bryonia soooo fits your daughter.

I'm sure I'm not the only person on this forum who felt moved by your posting.

We are sending up prayers for you and your daughter.

There is a brighter future with homeopathy. I truly believe it. I made the mistake of jumping around with remedies and giving up too soon on remedies and I wish I could go back in time and do it all differently.

Wishing you all the best,
ruth
PS Keep a diary or write down notes in a notebook. Much better than trusting your memory. This will be a long process but well worth it.
 
ruth45 8 years ago
Ruth - Thank you so much for your encouragement and prayers. I am exhausted at the end of each day because E is such a demanding little soul - but I love her more than my life. I'll stick with this. When I received E I knew it would be a lifetime commitment. Thank you for helping me get through it. You've renewed my strength. Ann
 
Pickleplan6 8 years ago
Dear Asad - We have had about 3 weeks of a lovely child...but I see her old ways creeping back in. She is again short-tempered, cranky, mean, stomping around when she doesn't get her way, overly competitive, and unable to control her emotions. These incidents don't last as long as they used to...but I'm getting scared because they are becoming more frequent.

I have given her all doses except the final Tuberculinum 1000 for Day 40.

Please, please advise. We hate to lose our peace and harmony.

Thank you - Ann
 
Pickleplan6 8 years ago
Hi Ann,

Please restart Bryonia Alba-200 once every 3rd day for next 30 days.
Also please get hold of Tuberculinum-10000 also known as Tuberculinum-10M (Only two doses would be required at most. but for now just get hold of it, don't give it to E).

Prayers & best wishes,
Asad
 
AsadGhumman 7 years ago
Dear Ann, Keep it up. There will be transformation with homeopathy. I truly believe it.

You are not alone. I have a note taped up by my bathroom mirror that says 'Pray for Ann and E'. I am reminded of you and your precious daughter every time I walk past it.

It will get better and better. Takes time but it will happen.

ruth
 
ruth45 7 years ago
Asad - I have continued to give E the Bryonia Alba 200 every 3rd day.

I now have the Tuberculinum 10M. Please advise.

Thank you so much for all your time and effort.

God bless you - Ann
 
Pickleplan6 7 years ago
Please give her Tuberc-10M on next Sunday. Stop all other remedies for the time being.

Prayers & best wishes,
Asad
 
AsadGhumman 7 years ago

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