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June 07, 2011

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Luminous Ferret

A special needs child provides additional challenges and medication might be the only viable approach. Their ability to communicate is often limited and their "wiring" makes the medications behave differently. We have been struggling with a deep depression in my 15 year old son brought on by the sudden realization of his mortality. It has been 9 months and a vast array of medication trials but still nothing. He is still miserable. We are miserable and stability is fleeting.

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