One of my college roommates became my best friend for life. I was godfather to his oldest child and did therapy on his children. I took his son and my son to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1988 for the best weekend of my life.
In 2006, just before the Lancaster research started, his now-married son asked me about one of his infant twins. She had neurological issues, including tics, and the best doctors could not put a handle on her problem. He asked me to take a look at her.
We lived a few hours away but made therapy happen over a series of visits. Upon successful completion, she was strain-free at a 240-second brain cycle. I remember telling her father, mother, and extended family that she could become very smart.
Recently, my college friend told me that she was starting her senior year of high school this fall. Scholastically, she was in the top 1% of her class. She has already accepted a full athletic scholarship at an excellent college.
Because of her advanced-placement classes this coming senior year, she will be starting college as a sophomore biochemistry major in the fall of 2025. She is a happy, well-adjusted woman, and everyone in the family loves her.
I constantly talk about our therapy creating happy babies, but on another level it changes lives and family dynamics. This infant faced a possible lifetime of cognitive challenges and chronic physical ailments. I believe that our work has given her the chance to be the best she can be in life.
I want that experience for everyone on the planet. Come join Holly and Kim in making a difference in people’s lives. Our Trainings can be a life-changer for you too.
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