easy child's senior/college paper is on ADHD and medicating our children. She is against it. Had her opinions very well laid out but throughly one sided. Thinks these children need more discipline and more structure rather than medication. I know she has seen first hand that that is not in itself does not work, at least in this house. I found it interesting that she chose this topic given our household and her thoughts on the difficult child's. I know she sees the medications have helped here. So this got me to thinking about those of you with older pcs and their thoughts on their siblings and their disorder and medications. Have they expressed them to you, even if they are oppositional to your views. As my children are getting ready to head off to college this has me thinking that maybe I shielded too much info from them. But we tried not to let them have to much a negative feeling for the difficult child's and the stuff they had going on. Tried to let them enjoy their teens and highschool. But they also had to be gatekeepers at times. Therefore, we limited/censored a lot of the history and some of the transition as they came into our household and gave them more when it applied. Anyhow I was just wondering. It just makes me think that she feels we are handling this in the wrong way. Wondering if any of you have dealt with that (Excluding butinsky family and well meaning friends..i think we all have those experts in our lives) with your children.