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Would You Teach a Fish to Climb a Tree?: A Different Take on Kids with ADD, ADHD, OCD and Autism provides us with a refreshing and new perspective on these children who are so different from their peers. Co-authored by three practitioners who have had remarkable success working with them, this audiobook is filled with practical tools, stories, observations, and life-changing questions that can be used by anyone who has one of these kids in their life and who is looking for something different.

These children are magical and you are sure to fall in love with many of them. There are many magical adults as well... those who are willing to step beyond what so many experts in the field advocate and into what they actually know to be effective with the children. Parents and siblings and relatives; teachers and therapists and administrators; peers and loved ones and friends... all will benefit from this groundbreaking audiobook.

©2014 Access Consciousness Publishing (P)2017 Anne Maxwell

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The author claims to be telepathic

The book starts out as an advocating for differently abled children. Then moves into telepathic communication, past lives and taking to animals. Claiming that autistic children are psychic or telepathic and that they pick up symptoms telepathically from their parents and “you need to stop screwing him up with what’s going on in your head”.

As a mom with a special needs kid I can’t believe I wasted my valuable research time and money on this crap.

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best book ever

loved it and the concept presented. seeing more possibilities for these amazing kid's and their families.

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  • M. Czaicki
  • 2018-02-20

Authors up for Nobel prize or they are quacks

I wanted this book to be good. I wanted to learn about handling kids with OCD, ADD and ADHD and Autism but as the book progressed into the territory of "consciousness about emotions of people in a 50mile, 100mile radius, etc." and theory of "sending the negative emotions back to the sender" who is unknown, they lost me.
All of the stories are anecdotal with hardly any substance and are bordering on "healing with crystals" or psychic connections between individuals.

I'm returning this.

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  • emily_liza
  • 2019-11-05

Reincarnation and Psychic Connections

I did not finish the book after it went into psychic connections with wolves and autistic children being reincarnations of their deceased ancestors. What a waste of my time and money.

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  • J.G.
  • 2018-04-11

A bunch of psycho babble.

This book gives no real life practical advice for parents of ADD/ADHD/OCD/AUSTI C kids. It's filled with psychic nonsense.

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  • Connect
  • 2019-05-30

A "must read" for parents and educators!

A different perspective on children and some great new tools for guiding children dealing with school and life.

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  • HeatherElissa
  • 2019-03-10

Awesome information

The method the information in this book is amazing. Not only do I have insight on how to connect with my granddaughter who is on the spectrum, it has also given insight on me.
Thank you.

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  • Ruslan Mamedov
  • 2018-04-27

love the narrator.

she is so perfect for this book. great energy. learn about your kids and yourself

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  • susan
  • 2018-05-08

very helpful

I have a son that has aspergers and grandkids that have ADHD it helped me understand how they think and process their thoughts. I can now relate to them better. thank you so much for this book..

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  • Benjamin Wulf
  • 2021-06-14

Requires you to suspend all former beliefs

Interesting approach...

Uses terms like energy, and helps those with and working with children with diagnosis not only chance the language but our approach to so called disabilities.

I ranked it a 4/5 overall because without more reading I felt lost or wishy woshy on some of the ideas like energy and space, main concepts to she 3 author collaboration. But I understand this book is intended to give alternatives to mainstream psychology / psychiatry. I just wish there was more proof of concepts and definitions used. But overall I still gained a lot to aid my autistic son.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2021-06-05

PRICELESS!!

So grateful to the Anne for sharing her experience, and Gary and Dain for showing us the way, giving the tools and opening us up to possibilities for a new way of interacting

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  • Jason Young
  • 2021-05-26

Some truths with some lies

If you want some more empathy with those with special needs, without a deep commitment to reality, this book is for you. Want to hear stories about how the authors quote gibberish and use telepathy to speak to animals and autistic kids? This book is for you.