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A Painful Experience Sometimes Teaches One A Valuable Lesson
Beware!: I have followed the "past life regression" business for decades. I'd urge extreme caution. Whether or not real, verifiable memories are ever produced, this kind of technique causes people to focus on fantasy rather than working on the things they must do in real life to make their lives, work and relationships better. Tread very carefully. ...Read more
Can having an intense interest in a particular subject (ie. Dinosaurs) be a sign of OCD in children?
Maybe, maybe not: Children may have an intense interest in a wide variety of things without meriting any pathological diagnosis. Also this intense interest in dinosaurs would not be enough to diagnose ocd, although it could be related. http://tinyurl.com/k2dftl4. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A lady having a problem of learning, self confident lose and has a slurring speech while given viva's.And she's a medical student.What to do to get off?
Viva's?: Have no idea what this is. The individual with problems learning and loss of self-confidence is obviously exceedingly intelligent if she is in medical school. Almost all med schools have programs for students with problems of this nature. If not, have her see a competent clinical psychologist and get to the root cause of these problems. It will help her enormously in future life in many ways. ...Read more
Is there an impact on therapists, pyschologists when a client gets too overwhelmed and takes their life?
YES/NO: It will be frustrating for the professional to see the patient taking decisions not according to the therapy. The patient should seek spiritual help to lift his/her burden away. ...Read more
Depends: Depends how old the child and what the problems are. They will also give the parents exercises to continue to develop socials skills with your child. ...Read more
If a child has mild autism, should they be placed in a normal classroom instead of a special one? Will this help them to mentally develop at an appropriate rate?
Highly variable: Autism consists of a wide spectrum of disability. Mildly autistic children can sometimes function and thrive in a streamline classroom, but each child's education program and support should be highly individualized by a team of school (teachers, psychologist, therapists) and pediatrician. ...Read more
On a psychological point of view which is more important fr a successful marriage love or an affluent guy with all money..
What's your guess?: Marrying for money will not provide love or emotional connection for either partner -- and at best is more like a business deal. If both people are aware of the relationship's basis then they can agree or not. At worst it exploits someone who may think he's loved personally, when his money is the desired object. Usually this kind of deal backfires, and the woman is misused also. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
There's mental health issues in family. They didn't learn coping skills. After years of me learning w. therapy/hard work, I'm finding that I've maybe got more than learned behavior. What does the discovery process look like. Just see my primary?
Congratulations: on working on your own coping skills. You MAY be being discouraged by the pathology that still exists in your family system. Stay rooted in what you have learned and exercise compassion w/family. See clinical psychologist for psych testing if you would like to know more about your personality. Peace and good health. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Dental: A free gingival tissue graft is not a pleasant experience during or after. I know. Can an apicoectomy be a better experience (seems similar)?
Is there a great amount of radiation to one's body when having a cone beam CT done for dental work? Can a cbct be taken again during a 2nd opinion?
CBCT scans: The radiation for a cbct is greater than some imaging techniques and less than others. 'great' is a subjective term. When needed, the cbct scan is extremely helpful in making a diagnosis. There is no reason to take a second one as long as the first one is satisfactory which is almost a given. You can get a copy on a disk and take it with you when you go for the second opinion. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
?bits mean: Do u mean sore? An ice pack 2 the areas involved would b better. Cold bath will help but not as cold as ice. ...Read more
Hi, so Iv started working as a dental nurse at my new please, really exciting! Although fitting a denture involves burning a can of butane/propane (to?
What's the consequence to have had a dominating father and a very strict religious Christiane education?
Early childhood and: religious education shape our attitude in the future.. We need to remember that as an adult our decisions are our own and avoid the "blame game" attributing everything to parents, church, government, etc. See is you can look for the deeper meaning of the early religious education you had and let what is not life-giving go. It can be a wonderful journey. Peace and good health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are some option for a 21 year old who is very bright, but struggles with a learning disability?
Expert assessment: Consider a developmental optometry evaluation with someone expert in visual spacial processing problems hans lessman pittsburgh pa-has a web site. ...Read more
I've always enjoyed the feeling of severe muscle soreness, I never even interpreted it as a type of pain. (more like a massage to me). Is this unusual?
Nope: Many athletes and folks that maintain a high level of fitness enjoy this feeling just the same as you. Make the most of it. Continue to work hard! ...Read more
With type a personality and overloaded at work for a long period of time can a person have a mental break causing anxiety little sleep etc?
Burn out...: Regardless of personality type, being overloaded with work over time will cause an work-life imbalance and will cause a familiar condition called "burn-out". This condition can manifest in many different ways, including anxiety, sleep disturbance, withdrawal and several others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there a diet for autistic adults with violent behavior problems which will help them feel more at ease? He is only 18 and goes through very dramatic ups and downs, we think it might be hormones.
Maybe: I know of a book called: special diets for special kids by lewis which may have some suggestions. In general though, the person to whom you are referring may benefit much more by seeing a board certified child psychiatrist. It may be hormones like you say, and that can be addressed as well. Here is a dvd about behavior problems: http://www.Amazon.Com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_0_16?Url=search-alias%3daps&fi. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Depends : A lot depends on the psychologist, his or her interests & how the kid connects during their sessions. I find it a helpful way for some of my patients to learn a variety of skills. ...Read more
Discipline: Until a child is about 3 years of age his thinking brain is not developed enough to use reason such as with holding privileges as a technique. Discipline until then need to be based on rewarding good behavior and seen as an opportunity to teach. Never use withholding your emotional connection with your child as a disciplinary technique but do set limits and be consistent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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