Learning Disability

I arranged to take my nephew to the chiropractor I had been seeing. He had studied with a practitioner who had developed a process of removing negative exposure to situations and people. It involves Applied Kinesiology (muscle testing) and asking a series of questions to determine what the major issue might be. Often what we believe is our first concern, such as our parents, ubbringing, education, someone we loved and lost and so many other exposures we’ve had that effect us long term.
I left my nephew with the chiropractor and about an hour later he emerged from the office with a smile on his face. He actually grinned, which was not his normal way. There was definately something different about about his demeanor. I noticed for weeks how he had become more animated and his self confidence increased noticeably.
The next semester his grades began to improve. It was his junior year of high school and in his most challengin topic, which was math, he received a “C” for the first time. He even managed to get a “B” in English. By the time he graduated high school  he ended up with a 3.2 grade point average. He was granted a scholarship to the Chrystler motor vehicle college and ended up with the highest grades of anyone in his class. He loved what he was doing and here it is more than five years later and he is advancing in his career beyond his expectations.