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When Love Is Not Enough: A Guide to Parenting Children with RAD- Reactive Attachment Disorder

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2004

    A must have for the stressed Mom

    In 5 years, and countless book titles, this book is the ONE I could relate to. Thank you to this author. My son is diagnosed with ODD, ADHD, and (I believe, RAD too). Since his physicians/play therapists, social workers, etc. did not want to diagnose him with RAD, I had nowhere else to turn but in literature. Why did they label him with ODD and ADHD, but not RAD? I'll never know. I can honestly tell you this... we have been Medication*Free* for one week. And it is because of this book and its wonderful author, Nancy Thomas. The first and only read I have owned that actually had logical, reasonable approaches to healing with these children/parents. I am purchasing additional copies to have on hand for friends or family who are interested...(they can't have my copy!) Highly recommend.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2002

    A great Help

    Thanks to Nancy Thomas for giving my family some positve actions to take to reach our child with RAD (Reactive Attachemtn Disorder) A God send when you feel like you are drowning.

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