I got her into an experimental school that the school district had started. Only 92 kids in the entire high school, 10 or less kids per class, she took all AP and honors courses. That way she didn't have to take medication and "conform".Mickey said:Evo, I know I sound like a broken record, but maybe your child (is that what you mean by Evo child? ) suffers because she doesn't have the freedoms and opportunities to use her talents?
There is a fantasy of a "normal" life that we apply to everybody. Normal life means going through high school, for example, taking normal classes from normal teachers. If someone is exceptional, (i.e. not normal) then why should she be comfortable in a normal life? Could normalizing forces of her environment be a threat?
See, I'M A GOOD MOM.
She does need the medication for the anxiety attacks now though, she's ended up in the emergency room twice.