"Today was THEE BEST DAY. It has been three weeks since Kaylie had brain integration. For years we've spent most afternoons leaking blood, sweat and tears trying to get her math homework completed. Today she came in to the kitchen and asked if she could go play with a friend. I told her that we had to start on her homework and she quickly told me she was finished with it; it had only been 20 MINUTES since she'd gotten home. I wanted to believe her, and I didn't want to get into it with her, so I told her she could go play. After she'd gone, I look at her homework. IT WAS ALL DONE; story problems, nonetheless, and those were her worst thing!
Thank you SO MUCH, Larry!"
When I was very young, before preschool age, I took a pretty good knock to the head. It was bad enough that my aunt performed CPR on me on the way to the hospital; they said I was blue by the time we'd arrived. The brain trauma I experienced at such a young age is suspected to have attributed to my troubles with learning.
Fast forward through 2 divorces and a life-changing and debilitating groin tear and hernias simultaneously, enter Larry and brain integration.
The first thing that I remember happening after finishing the full brain integration session was when I started working on khanacademy.org to catch up on my math skills. I finally got to a place where I could actually do algebra problems without the numbers moving around on me. Before that, math was extremely hard - I could do a problem 10 times and get 10 different answers. But finally, I understood how to do math!