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Causes Of Reckless Behavior
Could wanting to engage in reckless behavior like having random meaningless sex with multiple partners be caused by my strong depression?
Maybe: Sometimes depression is associated with other psychological disturbances which can be confusing. One of those other things can be bipolar disorder which often is associated with cycles of extreme depression and reckless behavior. Please talk to your doc about this as it can potentially be serious. ...Read more
!) leave him now; yup, right now.
2) see a psychiatrist (md) yesterday and learn about why you ever were with him.
This is a test
3) no follow instruction girl get real hurt-sooner or later.
3 to 1 she listens, huh? ...Read more
Who is ''$''?:
How did you meet? What other ''reckless'' traits do you have?
Wait! I just got an idea; how about you paying a psychiatrist to find out what hurt you are trying to salve? ...Read more
Pull over& listen. You scare me. Do you really think a ''mentally well'' person would drive recklessly? As a psychiatrist, I hope you are kidding me. If not, you walk & think until you understand the death of a child! go to your nearest morgue & look real good at the gruesome results of reckless driving.
Got it? Good. ...Read more
Reckless behavior: Reckless behavior - acting or behaving in a manner that brings unnecessary risk. ...Read more
And throw them away.
I am not concerned about how much he mangles himself; others, innocent cute kids with futures & red balloons.
Can we talk? What is a nice gal like you doing with an immature, dangerous child? Find out! Please talk with someone at your closest mental health clinic yesterday. I mean it. ...Read more
1) for reckless driver, take keys with you as you leave now.
2) now let him go to a psychiatrist; lithium is cheap & boy does it help mania.
But what are we going to about you hooking up with a reckless guy. Not your first, huh? I'm thinking not-reckless consultation with a psychiatrist for this ''habit'' of yours. Really. ...Read more
I am experiencing emotional problems (quality: feelings of unreality, detachment), mood swings, hallucinations, impulsive or reckless behavior, t...
See your doctor:
Please see your doctor as soon as possible. If you feel like harming yourself, go to the emergency room right now!
The very best of wishes. ...Read more
I am experiencing low body weight and dullness and pale yellow color if my face. The following also describe me: Impulsive or reckless behavior and B?
Many possibilities: Your yellow color is worrisome for heptatitis; with nausea and vomiting, this should indicate the need for eval by a GI MD; The dullness accompanied by reckless behavior suggests a bipolar process. You need to see your PCP for a full eval and referral to either Psychiatry or GI or both. ...Read more
I am experiencing impulsive or reckless behavior, socially withdrawn, impaired social skills, compulsive behavior, emotional problems and personality changes.
Recommend assessment: You have described a lot of symptoms that could potentially affect your life and/or that could get worse if not addressed. There are ways to manage those symptoms, but it is important to be assessed by a mental health professional (psychologist or psychiatrist) who can help you to figure out what is causing those symptoms and how to best address them. ...Read more
I am experiencing feeling anxious (worsened by: psychological stress), balance problems, behavior problems, difficulty focusing, difficulty concentrating, sleepiness, loss of temper, impulsive or reckless behavior, personality changes, paranoid delusion
Mental health sx's: If you have not had a comprehensive medical evaluation for these symptoms - that is imperative. Medical causes need to be ruled out. These symptoms are serious & of significant concern. Treatment will stem from an accurate diagnosis. Take care and have hope. ...Read more
Belief system: We do everything for infants when they cry. This sets up a belief system that we are their servant & only exist to please them. When they begin walking we begin to ignore them, since they can get around & play. They don't like it. Acting out is an amplification of crying behavior. They do it to get noticed & get their way. Parents may find it cute & send a smile their way while saying no-this confuses. ...Read more
A problem: Since you didn't mention what your behavior was, I can assume you are either ashamed or embarrassed by it. I would start with trying to seek out some therapy or counseling for yourself to get to the bottom of the situation. It is a little difficult to comment on why you were alarmed, without knowing what happened. I think if it is important enough to post it here, that means you may need help. ...Read more
Yes, they can:
Along with increased aggression if the games are violent, protracted use of all media (more than 2 hours/ day) is associated with obesity. Children with adhd often " hyperfocus" and do not appear to hear instructions. Games and tv at bedtime lead to delayed-onset sleep.
A fatigued child often is more "hyper" and irritable than drowsy. Turn off games and tv at least 20 minutes before bedtime. ...Read more
Give guidance too!: Just giving your child adult electronic tools without guidelines on their use is just as dangerous as giving them a chain saw without instruction in how to ue it. But with proper instruction and guidelines, it can be a useful tool. First, two musts - never use in school and never take to bed. Beyond that, you need to set limits and customize its use. Help them learn appropriate social norms in use. ...Read more
My boyfriend took an ecstacy pill once (1 small capsule, white form) last may and never again did. Is it the cause for his +paranoiaand bad behavior?
Ecstasy: What was actually in the pill your boyfriend thought was ecstasy, could have been mdma plus whatever the maker decided to put in there. Your boyfriend does not and cannot know. Ecstasy can damage serotonin receptors in the brain. I doubt this 1 pill is the complete explanation for his difficulties, and still suggest a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation. Ill people often abuse substances too. ...Read more
It can: When a person is psychotic, he or she may become out of touch with reality. A person who is hallucinating and hearing voices, for example, may talk to him or herself. A person with paranoid delusions may build a bunker to protect him or herself. I knew a patient who ran 15 miles on a highway because he said he heard a voice telling him to do it. So the answer is: absolutely. ...Read more
Fear: This answer could be long as a book. Humans are aware of their mortality and most dread that. If we are led to feel responsible for self-preservation, we easily invest a lot in trying to win battles / diseases at first signs of attacks on our health. It's tragic since a consequence is damage to our health from anxiety and/or unneeded medical procedures and drugs. A Health Psycholologist can help. ...Read more
Consultation: You may want to seek a consultation with your primary care doctor or psychiatrist to talk through your concerns as there are numerous possible reasons why your grandmother may be experiencing unusual behavior including: depression, alzheimer's, or dementia, or simply medication side effects. Her doctor to provide you with additional information. ...Read more
Studies provide converging evidence that exposure to media violence is a significant risk factor for aggressive and violent behavior.
The APA lists myths & facts:
http://www. Apa. Org/science/about/psa/2003/10/anderson. Aspx
Violent Video Games May Increase Aggression in Some But Not Others, Says New Research
http://www. Apa. Org/news/press/releases/2010/06/violent-video-games. Aspx
Limit setting: The phone itself (other than cost and media time!) is not the danger. The main issues are setting limits and proper expectations. What is the phone for? Is it used as a 'treat' or a 'prize' for something he/she did... Is it an emergency only tool...A temporary distraction? These are the things to sort out before going down the slippery slope of putting 'hot' gadgets into your child's hands. ...Read more
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