Notes After the First Remedy

I often ask myself for the things you notice first after a consultation

FRUSTRATION

“After weeks of homeopathy, my son is less irritable and easily frustrated and is getting along better with his little brother. With less arguing and fighting between them, the house is more peaceful.”

QUIET AND FOCUSED

Initial thoughts after his first remedy

“I honestly don’t think I can say I have ever seen may boy do better work. He was quiet (hummed only once briefly), did not whine once and focused on doing neat, clean work.”

NO FALLING APART

“My son is now able to go to the basement for a quick errand without totally falling apart. He still puts up a fuss, but he will do it.”

MAJOR CHANGES

“We are 1 week in and seeing some pretty major changes. I have been amazed and almost can’t believe my eyes.”

CONFIDENT

“He seems more mature and confident. He has offered to help with chores more often instead of me telling him exactly what to do.”

POSITIVE OUTLOOK

“At the beginning of the week seemed calmer, more agreeable. There were a few situations where he became upset due to disappointment/frustration and after a moment of talking to him, he was able to change his mood and proceed with a more positive outlook and acceptance.”

SUPER CALM

My daughter headed to county this morning to compete.

“Normally she would have been in a full blown tizzy for days. She has been super calm, focused and ready to face her day. No crying, frustration or irritation. This is huge for us! This is huge for her!”

ZERO PANICK ATTACKS

“Much less anxiety. Still some low spirits sometimes. Zero panic attacks. He seemed to me to be more focused on his hobbies and not giving up on projects as easily.”

COMPLETELY FOCUSED

“Last Friday, I took my son to dyslexia tutoring. What happened there blew my mind. People were milling around and talking and even sat at his table talking and my son stayed almost completely focused.”

HAPPIER

Note from teacher received October 1, 2019

“He has been able to redirect himself most times without me having to prompt him. He is also finding different ways to show displeasure in a more productive way. He actually seems happier working with and being around others.”

CORRECT AND NEAT

“He did well with his homework, he complained a couple of times but still focused better than usual and got all his work done correctly and neatly.”