That thing where your housemate is in tears because her four-year-old is being so horrible, and she thinks it's because she's a failure as a parent, and you have told her about failsafe and sent her the links and she just looks at you blankly :( - Kylie

I don’t understand why people don’t listen to our experience. I want to save the world there would be so many happier kids and families but no one wants to listen 😔 - Beth

I've lived the difference it makes. Everyone I know who has tried it has seen massive improvements in their kids with bonus identification of food triggers for themselves. It's not alternative medicine - I point them to the RPAH site. There's no other obvious reason for the child to behave badly and the mum should not have to feel like a failure :( - Kylie again

I often wonder if it would make a difference if they changed prison food to failsafe... how many have been struggling with behaviour issues since childhood till it became ingrained patterns and they ended up violent because they couldn’t control their tempers or self-medicating with illegal substances?  Not to mention the children in my class who can’t control their behaviour no matter what you do! - Mary

Wish I has known about food chemicals when my daughter was four – Rosemary

People come to things in their own time - there is no shortage of well- intended and often conflicting advice for overwhelmed parents. Be kind. Be patient. 🙏 - Sue

My friend’s boy reacts to food. She said she has done a diet but when I speak of failsafe she has no clue so I'm assuming she must have done something else. When I first started it went right over my head so I don't blame anyone if they don't want to do it. Sometimes I would just rather give medication - Skye

Kids have suffered, even surgeries or significant medication and even adult friends who suffer, and yet they are unwilling to even trial this. Our lives totally changed by diet but I can't imagine putting something in the too-hard-basket if it would help my kids and family 😔 - Anne

I'm in a group for parenting spirited kids, and I swear 90% of them would be helped by failsafe. Even a teensy bit. One day, maybe people will realize how much food changes us - Irene

Often just eliminating issues like bread with no 282, artificial colours/flavours can be a good starting point. You could suggest this as an easy way to start to help tone down the meltdowns. When people see this is working, they may look further – Teresa

Have you tried suggesting that she trials just eliminating food additives? It's a much simpler process than heavily restricting one's diet – Maria

I’ve had people say, oh I don’t want Salicylate sensitivities! Come to think of it, neither do I! My husband doesn’t want pancreatic cancer either!  Hello folks step right up and choose that ailment you most prefer!  🙃 😆 I can change the colour of my hair but not the size of my feet. I can choose to treat my sensitivities but I did not choose to be sensitive? 😆 - Kimberly

Wait, we get to choose which shit we have to deal with? I'm going ailment shopping today, and plan to trade mine in on some others that suit my lifestyle better - Wendy