There's not as much fighting. Not as much arguing. Definitely not as much arguing, like he and I had done.
Before he was emotional and defiant. He was an average student. Math, he just seemed to struggle. He’s always had a problem with simple facts. his simple addition and subtraction. The writing was always horrendous. He did have ADHD. Apparently there are two different types of ADHD. His was more the always busy, always moving type.
He went through two sessions. We took a little break between them. He has for the first time ever, his first quarter of school, he was on the principal’s honor role because he had all A’s and B’s. He still has some outbursts when it comes to having to do the exercises or doing his homework, or some issues like he gets upset when he doesn’t understand something. If Jimmy gets upset now, or angry, or blows up at me, it’s very short. Nothing like it used to be.
I have seen the change [after Brain Balance], and I have seen what it can do to help our child, our children that we love. We want to see them succeed.
The coach loves him. He’s like, “He’s a great kid. He comes out here, and he plays, and he practices, and he’s always smiling. He’s never crying.” He said, “I’ve got kids that cry out here.” He’s so happy to have Jimmy play on the team.
- Brenda C., Brain Balance Parent