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Aspergers Running Away
Not really: Without knowing what the child gets from running away from home, it's hard to come up with an effective intervention. Usually more positive, preventive approach such as giving the child more opportunities to earn previliges and providing more activities the child is interested in at home, would make them less likely to run away. ...Read more
Is it really running away from your problems if in actual case you just want to seek solitude to work things through and revitalise ?
Ask parents first: Please do not run away. Discuss your problems with your parents. If unable then discuss with a school teacher or counselor at school or other family member. Consider the police if necessary. Reach out to a friend or friends family. If you have a psychologist or psychiatrist then discuss it with them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: U can't run away from from your problems. Although many people try geographical moves 2 a new place or rebound relations 2 fix their problems, this is usually just a temporary fix, if U don't address the issues UR running from, they often recur in the new environment. Unfinished business often recurs in new relationships if the issues have not been resolved. Psychotherapy can help Ustop running. ...Read more
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