PAT MATHEWS mathews55 at msn.com
Sat Oct 7 13:59:54 BST 2006

>Azalais Aranxta wrote:
>>On Sat, 7 Oct 2006, Rowena wrote:
>>>His brain is weirdly wired,
>>That's actually not uncommon among ADD/ADHD sufferers.
>yes, after I wrote I tought I should perhaps used a phrase like 
>"alternative wiring" like some people with autism present themselves as 
>having an alternative neurology (and not an illness).

I like the term "Alternative cognitive mode" myself. It sounds really 

>The norm is supposedly someone without any issues and quirks ;-)

Yup. Just ask anyone who's ever been on a job interview.

>But anyway, in general my philosophy is, if it hurts, if it prevents or 
>hinders making friends,  doing (school)work, than it is reason enough to 
>assume there is something there.


Stap one in the big
>ellimenation game. Hope you find out  what it is and  what works best for 
>your son, soon.
Me too and hang in there.


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