“That day was like the Perfect Storm, and like a Perfect Storm, it took just the right elements all descending down upon him at once. Tragedy isn’t always some random event that as (bad) luck would have it, just happens one day…”
I have a lot of thoughts to share that I believe could make a difference in the lives of others; things I wish someone could have shared with me as I went through the frustrations of trying to figure everything out for myself. Sometimes you don’t have the luxury of time to “reinvent the wheel.” I know I didn’t!
I’m grateful to have this opportunity and encouragement to update the statistics concerning the topics initially published in Chad’s Website. With the research I am now gathering, you will see that more, not less, people are struggling every day. While there is significantly more awareness around the individuals who have been labeled Bipolar, ADD/ADHD, Autistic, and Depressed (hereinafter referred to by me as “Sensitives”), the statistics don’t support a proportionate amount of healing. I’ll publish them later this week. I think they will surprise you. They did me.
I freely admit after my personal experiences with the Medical, Educational, Governmental Control Agencies and Rehabilitation Industries, I have some rather strong biases with regard to their Disease and Disorder Models and Treatments. I believe that individuals who are “Sensitives” and, the people who love them, have many times been exploited. I can see the ways that these industries are or can be self serving, i.e. the “patient’s failure”, lines their coffers. While I believe their initial intensions are good; all they really have to do in order to be successful is to have better success rates then the next place. As we all know, statistics and success rates are easily skewed.
In Iowa, where I was raised, we used to have a saying, “you can’t make a pig dance.” At the same time, these industries can’t do what they don’t know how to do. Although there is no easy answers, the best solutions that we currently have to offer are clearly missing the mark. Even though it’s challenging to see it with the “old ways and powers holding on tight”, we are evolving very quickly now. I believe we are right on the cusp of a Paradigm Shift and the “Sensitives” are the way showers.
Since Chad’s story ended with Suicide, I may as well start there. I will work my way backwards to the beginning, where all stories begin (see potential forthcoming topics at the bottom of the page). I would like to urge you to take what resonates with you and research it for yourself to see what you discover. As always, I’m open to comments, questions and discussions.
SNEAK PREVIEW- COMING SOON
HE SAID-SHE SAID
Chad will be speaking for himself from the “He Said” part of each story. I will copy excerpts from his Life Story, not necessarily in the order it was written, but as it may shed light upon a given topic. From the “She Said” part of the story, I will be writing from my point of view.
Chad’s story will give you a better idea of what it was like to walk in his shoes or perhaps what your child or teenager may be going through. There are so many things I found out after the fact, things written by Chad, and yes, things that were channeled. Chad’s Story was only eight pages long, and was channeled just months after we found his body. His lifelong best friends said it was eerie because it sounded exactly like him and it shared things no one else could know.
POSSIBLE TOPICS TO FOLLOW:
- The Beginning: Imprinted emotional Neuropathways during the first seven years of life;
- ADD/HD: Behaviors and being sensitive to being victimized;
- ADD/HD and Learning Challenges: Education the critical part that learning and self esteem issues play with regard to successful integration of “Sensitives” into Society
- ADD/HD Brain chemistry/imbalances–pros and cons of Pharmaceuticals, holistic treatments, and self-medication
- Addiction: AA and Rehabilitation Methodology and Success rates
- Grief: The process of Grieving and Surviving the Legacy of Suicide and losing a child
- Spiritual Growth-There is Life after Death
- The Other Side: Stories of connecting with Chad on the Other side