Good grief, my husband has #2, #7, #8, should I put him on mind altering drugs, he’s already on a special diet?
Constant climbing? Can be corrected by constant correction, we used to call it punishment for not obeying parents.
Moving quickly? Surely that is a joke, I can’t count the number of I know kids who have moved quickly and broken and arm, gotten a cut on the head hand or foot etc.
Hopping on one foot? Well, I don’t think they should be drinking either!
Being louder or noiser?
I could go on down your list and in EVERY case (except the hopping on one foot) I find disinterested parents who refuse to correct and discipline their child. I’ll give the teachers a pass, but only because they are no longer allowed to discipline kids and probably wouldn’t know how even if they were allowed.
But as you said, drugging them is most certainly NOT the answer!
Agree with your analysis of “disinterested” parents creating problem children. Parenting skills are at an all-time low. Also, processed food has resulted in half-sick kids (who come to school tired out from staying up late to watch inappropriate TV).
And don’t forget lack of instruction in basic civilized behavior. If you study school books from a century ago you are struck by the constant emphasis on ethics and morals.
Our society is in serious decline.