This is the introduction to Sue Westwind’s book Lunacy Lost.
Marie Elton stared at the dust balls revealed by morning light. How did those get there? Hugging a baseboard behind the sectional sofa, dirt in corners always accused her. Their gray, puffy dots marked her secret scorecard: how was she managing house and family? Marie turned on her heel to find a mop. She was not my mother yet.
Agnes’ door was wide open; to Marie, it sounded like the old woman was clearing her throat. Was she congested today? Marie thought she’d check, and padded
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Medication For Teens Needs to Be one Option among many Medication for Teens Helped Nick
Troubled Teen (Not Nick)
Nick, the middle child of a friend, had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) so bad that the school district paid to send him to a special residential school out of town. He went through medication for ADHD, anxiety, and mood swings.
At 17, Nick is off all meds, and is in the mainstream school. He still has trouble learning, but he has friends and a girlfriend, and is not a behavior problem.
Nick Had Medication for Teens PLUS
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