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Doctor insights on: Disengaging From Stepchildren

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What can I do if I feel anexious and my family don't want me to see a therapist. I just had nervous break-down as a result of my disengagement?

What can I do if I feel anexious and my family don't want me to see a therapist. I just had nervous break-down as a result of my disengagement?

Anxious: I'm sorry to hear of your broken engagement, and your family's reluctance for you to get help with your feelings. Something like this requires time for healing, but if you've had a "nervous breakdown" from it, you need to at least see your family physician. Perhaps s/he can help evaluate your needs, and impress this upon your family. Might your church have counselors that family would approve? ...Read more

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Can a baby become disengaged? Bub was 2/5 engaged but Im curious as to if it can become disengaged?

Can a baby become disengaged? Bub was 2/5 engaged but Im curious as to if it can become disengaged?

Sure: Usually engagement is something that we worry about and focus on during labor. Babies will continue to move around and sometimes change the position of their head. ...Read more

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Dad acquiring mental problem? Suddenly disengaged in family, talking to himself, acting strange, freaking out randomly and oversensitive. Worried!

Dad acquiring mental problem? Suddenly disengaged in family, talking to himself, acting strange, freaking out randomly and oversensitive. Worried!

Psychiatrist: If either your family or your father himself think that there is a problem with his behavior, I feel that it's imperative that you look into the problem by calling your physician or a physchiatrist. The latter is best qualified to evaluate and treat him. Approach your father in a diplomatic and nonconfrontational way, and let him know that you're concerned about him so he'll have some insight. ...Read more