Caleb loved Brain Balance. I would ask him after his session if he was tired and he would say, “No, I love it. I was tired when I went in, but I feel so energized now and my brain feels alive!” He felt so good, physically and mentally, with everything that he did at Brain Balance.
With Caleb, we kept seeing an increase in distractions.
He wouldn’t follow through, he didn’t test well and wasn’t eager to do his homework. We took that behavior as just part of his age. We just thought, “This is Caleb.” As time went on, teachers would mention things about Caleb seeming distracted in class. They’d meet with me after a test and say, “Why don’t you try this next time? Let’s try different techniques.” But things didn’t change. We weren’t seeing a difference in his schoolwork, and we really needed to do something. We searched for a year, we talked with different programs, and we had him tested. We kept searching, buying books, and reading articles. Finally, we saw a billboard about Brain Balance and checked it out online. It sounded amazing. It was unique from the other places we had tried. We had Caleb tested, Brain Balance explained his results, and they made it clear how they could help.
Caleb loved the program. I would ask him after his session if he was tired and he would say, “I feel so energized and my brain feels alive.” He felt so good physically and mentally, with everything that he did at Brain Balance. When he started high school he tested well. He’s gotten A’s and B’s, and he took the PSAT last fall and did very well. He didn’t feel nervous. He felt confident. He’s not forgetting things. It really changed our lives. He has three months before he graduates from high school. Before Brain Balance, we were concerned about him even going to college. Now we know that he can.
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