The solution, for Eva Llergo and her family, was in the field. In another center, away from the rhythms of the city, with other times and other mentalities. And it worked for them. Moving to a small town gave Eva’s son, “one of those unclassifiable and indomitable that the educational system does not know how to redirect” as she defines (although psychologists and psychiatrists have given him other labels), the tranquility and attention he needed. But it doesn’t always happen.