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Perplexed Mom

Dear Neurolinks

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Dear Neurolinks, I know my son is smart and intelligent – he loves discussing politics with his father and is up-to-date with world news – but it doesn’t seem to extend to the classroom. He’s a disaster at school! His memory is so poor he can never remember what his Rebbe is teaching; and his

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Mom Writing Letter

Dear Neurolinks

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Dear Neurolinks, My 11-year-old daughter is incredibly unmotivated and super lazy when it comes to school. I’m constantly getting phone calls from her teacher who keeps complaining that she doesn’t do her homework, and that she daydreams in class. I always thought that my daughter was smart but now seeing her total lack of interest

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Hyper Boy

When Restlessness Isn’t Just Childish Behavior

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As told to Sara Schwartz: “What’s going on in there? It sounds like a tornado!” I shouted from the other room. “Nothing!” my energetic 10-year-old replied, “I’m looking for my basketball. Do you know where it is?” I walked into the living room to find Chaim wrecking havoc. Every drawer and cabinet door was wide

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Sad young man

When You Think You’re All Grown Up, But Focusing Is Still An Issue.

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As told to Sara Schwartz “Naftoli, you are a bright young man with lots of potential, however I’m not sure our yeshiva is the right fit for you,” said Rabbi Goldman. “Our bochurim are all very serious. They sit and study for over 12 hours a day, I’m not sure you have the capacity to

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Boy going crazy

How My Son Conquered His Learning Disorder

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As told to Sara Schwartz: “Mrs. Levy I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but all the signs point to a severe learning disability. Yoni’s reading and spelling abilities are significantly below average. I would recommend arranging a tutor as soon as possible,” said Mrs. Bloom, my son’s second-grade teacher. “How can that

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