Hey guys, I'm not sure if this has been posted before, apologies if it has and mods feel free to close it! I've been seeing a few videos and stuff about the young boy (Ean Proctor) from the Isle of Man who was apparently taken against his will from his parents due to his ME and subjected to some rather nasty things like being thrown in a swimming pool whilst paralysed, forced onto a ghost train, etc. I took it at face value because searching through to verify it whilst feeling bad is quite strenuous! But I've been on a few other forums who have linked this: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1485798/ It seems to paint the story in a much different light, I'm all for advocacy and fighting for the cause, but it seems a fair few places have misrepresented the story? There seems to be a fair amount of information from the text that the parents were abusive/negligible. I know there's the personal account from Ean about what occured but it seems those opinions were shaped by his parents? But just thought it might be interesting posting this here to see what you guys think of it. This isn't critical of Ean either way, if he had psychological problems and cfs or just cfs I may add. Both are real and are real to the person, so I sympathise either way.