What are we … what are we talking about? Can a child be mentally ill is what you’re saying. You mean like autism or schizophrenia. Yeah I think so. I assume so. Well I would say probably yes. Oh absolutely. It can be born with it, right? It can be inherited. Without a doubt they can get PTSD. They can get depression. Well, I’ve met children who appear to be mentally ill. I saw dangerous children. And I – I was reading specialist so I took them alone because this one boy would kick and bite other students. We knew something was wrong with him. And they had to either be born with it or acquire it somehow. Right? I don’t think that it’s just an adult thing. What separates a child from an adult? Other than age? I mean we all have the brain. We all have the body. We all react to our environments. And the only difference is that children I think are more fragile. So, that’s my opinion. I do. I have PTSD. I was given it by my father. So, you know, as a child. My child actually has mental illness. He has an issue right now that he’s dealing with. So, I know it’s possible. I went to a Catholic school for a year. And the teacher didn’t know how to deal with children with ADD and ADHD. And so she would constantly put me in time out or put my desk to the corner and stuff like that. Cuz she just thought I was a difficult child. A lot of the time we usually have people who just think that they’re you know, they – they’re not trying hard enough or they’re – they’re lazy. That they’re weird. Misunderstood. Developmentally disabled. They’re not as smart or they’re not gonna develop as quickly or they’re – Not normal. And what is, what is what is normal? If they’re younger then you will probably just think it’s the parents fault. Or basically assuming that it’s all the child’s fault. It’s often written off as just bad behavior. You know they get into trouble with the law as they grow up or That it’s a phase. And probably it isn’t. There’s an underlying issue as to why the child is acting the way they are. I am assuming or I think that not a lot of people know about mental illness in children. I don’t discuss it with other people, really. Very few people know and the reason they don’t know is because I don’t want to show that type of weakness. Don’t just think oh a child’s screaming because they’re not having their way. Take them outside of the classroom. Talk to them. Give them a chance you know. And understand that you know the world is open for anything. And they just see the world in a different light. That’s part of the disease of PTSD. It’s a lack of trust or a caution. There’s a behavior in me that causes me not to trust people. That’s what PTSD partly is. So I, I keep that to myself. And deal with it privately. My pleasure. Sure. Yup. Yeah just give me a plastic moustache or something. See you.