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Do Children Who Have Been Abused Have Problems With Getting In Trouble At School
Not necessarily: Children who are abused many times will have a number of social difficulties because of the horrible circumstances that they have been in. However in a supportive environment and with proper counseling they can thrive. Child abuse is preventable- if you or your child are being abused (physical, emotional or sexual) please get out and get help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
May act out: Many behavioral issues at school start at home. ...Read more
Do I have to go to school to become counselor? I was tortured abused as kid have mental illnesses want to help other children to cope albanycsb.Org
Learn what works: I'm glad you want to help others cope. This is just now becoming a science. There are ways of talking to people in need of guidance that actually work. There are other strategies -- often adopted by well-meaning people -- that are likely to lead to disaster. You can want the best, but you must know what's going to work, or you may end up making mistakes that you'll deeply regret. School it is. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was physically abused by teacher in 80's. School did not investigate. She is working w/ kids at church. How can I tell them in most credible way?
Be : Straight and have evidence or proof. There are others if there is one. Protect the rest. ...Read more
Not a tight one: High-performing students sometimes feel under so much pressure that they turn to drugs to "relax"; low-performing students may use them because "no one cares." casual use of drugs doesn't necessary cause problems, but it is quite rare for students who begin using drugs heavily to be able to maintain a high academic performance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Will being bullied at school cause a lot of the same trauma that being mentally abused at home would cause?
Depends: Nursing degrees span the educational spectrum. From two year LPN progams to 3 year rn training, to 4 year bsn (bachelors degree), 6 year master's degree programs (msn), to 8 year nurse practitioner programs. These are great fields and have abundant opportunities for success, advancement and being socially redeeming. To do alcohol & drug treatment, you'll need another two years. ...Read more
I take dexedrine and find myself only able to study when I am on Xanax (alprazolam) >4mg. I'm not abusing it. It helps me study for school. Is this uncommon?
Who is prescribing?: I'm wondering whether you're working with a psychiatrist? With this combination of medicines you really need to be. You don't state the amount of Dexedrine you're taking, but that one in particular has a high potential for habituation and abuse. Also routinely taking >4mg of xanax (alprazolam) to "study" is a very high dose which in the long run is addictive. It's also "uncommon" to use in this way. ...Read more
Abused by teacher in '80s. School never believed me/my parents. Abuser now sunday school teacher at church. How can I be credible in warning church?
18yr. Bad anxiety+PTSD from child abuse.5 yrs therapy with 3 docs..nothing. 2 yrs until med school decision.Can't go like this.How to make it go away?
Take a deep breath: No quick fix unfortunately. You need to continue your search for the best therapy match and a doctor willing to work with you to help you improve your quality of life. It is not unusual to go through several therapists and med trials for your condition. A multi drug approach combined with psychotherapy is the standard of care. Surround yourself with caring supportive people. Avoid chaos or drama. ...Read more
Teenager and depression. She was taken from mother who she been with all her life (15 years.) she was given to father who was abusive with the oldest daughter and who has been out of the picture for 13 years. She is doing poorly in school, always crying,
Evaluations by a : Developmental/behavioral pediatrician & child psychologist or neuropsychologist ( at p'gh children's hospital) would be ideal. The individuals with disabilities education act mandates that the public school district assess & address your child's difficulties with learning, behavior &/or peer interaction if they are "educationally relevant." talk to your child's teacher & pediatrician first. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
....more: Bribing doesn't really help either.....Asking kids what they like about foods can be revealing. Some like certain colors..So offer them red or green or purple foods like their favorite toy, etc. Plain old parenting still works..."eat two bites before you can have dessert." for example....Nothing too rigid but maintaining boundaries and being persistent as well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Fear: Most anxiety is rooted in some basic fear. Some are afraid of failing. Others afraid they cannot make friends. Some feel different. Some have been bullied. Some may feel insecure about their academic abilities. If you have anxiety, see someone who can help. A counselor, your doctor. Acupuncture and chinese medicine as well as homeopathy can also help anxiety a lot! ...Read more
I have 3 slipped discs. Refuse to take narcotics. All 3 giving me problems. Abusing high pain tolerance to get by. Options?
Lots of options: As you are probably aware, narcotics are effective, but have risks of dependence and toelrancce develops. Options are really dictated by examination. Rehab medicine docs are often good resources to explore a range of options such non-narcotic pain relievers, muscle relaxers, and cognitive behavior pain management techniques, rest, pt, and even nerve stimulators and tns units. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Frustrated! went back to school for pharmd. Recently diagnosis b 12 def (have shots) now problems with concentration, affecting grades. Will it get better?
B-12: In vitamins there is deficiency and inadequacy. If you have proven b-12 deficiency it does affect brain. Few elderly present with mental symptoms, some with GI complaints associated w h. Pylori ( had one case) that blocked absorption b-12 in stomach. So consult physician as to what or why b-12 levels are low. We use serum methy melanic acid to measure tissue activity od b-12. It's indirect butwe'r. ...Read more
I have very poor motivation for school work, is this due to my neurosis or another health problem and how can I get more motivated?
Examination: Unfortunately, your information is too little to tell why your motivation is low. You may need a psychological evaluation to figure our why this is. Start with your primary care physician who will refer you to a psychologist or psychiatrist depending on your symptoms. ...Read more
Well my 11 year old son was having problems in school he said he was tired and he layed his head down well he sleeps from 9pm to 7 am i still can't get him up in the morning.
Sleep test: All of your symptoms may indicated sleep problems that can be life shortening or life threatening. While it may appear you have slept well, you may may have significant periods of apnea's and hypopnea's occurring. The only way to know if there are serious problems is with an overnight sleep test. I encourage you to seek help for your son. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stress can be social: Academic, or both combined. And coping strategies are highly dependent on the students age and abilities to learn and adapt to the causes, and convert exogenous negative energy to motivation to choose to be unaffected, unstressed, academically successful, and not bothered by teasing or bullying neanderthals. ...Read more
Can doctors tell me what does the standard vaccination that children get in school protect you from exactly?
Several illnesses: The childhood vaccines protect against several bacterial and viral illnesses including diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough (pertussis), measles, mumps, rubella, polio, chicken pox, hepatitis a and b, rotavirus, h. Flu (causes meningitis and other infections), pneumococcus (also causes meningitis, pneumonia and other infections), meningococcus, and, now, hpv (causes cervical and other cancers). ...Read more
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