Children made mindTV what it is today

Here are some of their stories

The Missing Twin

Lars finds a torn picture in his world - his mom reveals to him what happened.
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Dyslexia

Cleaning cables helped Joel score his first perfect German exam
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Releasing Handbrakes

Oliver's favorite soccer star shows him how to kick the ball harder - not other kids.
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Afraid of sicknesses

Kian hears a vet describe horrible diseases - and gets all worked up about it
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Fear of closed spaces

When an unfortunate event triggers claustrophobia, a magic remote can be useful
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Sibling rivalry

A magnifying glass helps Julia understand that her parents love both sisters just the same.
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Night terror

With a new switch on his hand, Linus brightens the light in his head.
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Fear of going to school

The real reason Leah couldn't go to school was something else.
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Tantrums

Rainbow cubes help Simi have his temper under control
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The Hulk does mindTV

Spiderman and Hulk join forces to help Max deal with constipation.
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Raspberry Number-Drink

Allison visits her Number World and realizes, just how much fun numbers can be.
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Sun Allergy

Discomfort in his mother's womb triggered a strange reaction
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Enjoying Reading

Removing red circles of frustration to bring back the joy of reading
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Unexplainable Sadness

A fascinating case of a boy who had sudden emotional breakdowns, for no apparent reason.
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Visualization - it's been huge for me. Your mind doesn't know the difference between imagination and reality. You can't always practice perfectly - my fingers will play a little bit out of tune, or my dance moves might not be as sharp - but in my mind, I can practice perfectly.

Lindsey Stirling ¦ Violinist

Cooling Headaches with Thoughts

Mario's dizziness and frequent headaches were simply a result of boredom.
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Staying Dry at Night

How changing the sleep pattern and visually training his sphincter muscles helped this child remain dry.
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Talk to the Fox

Sometimes, just little more than half an hour is enough to locate and remove a fear of animals.
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I am a big believer in visualization. I run through my races mentally so that I feel even more prepared.

Allyson Felix ¦ Athlete

Laughter Shrinks the Aliens

8-year-old Adam scares away bad Martians, that want to take him prisoner and use him for slave labour.
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