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Examples Of Socially Unacceptable Behaviors By A Child
Yes!: While adverse childhood experiences can have negative affects later in life, getting treatment, especially talk therapy, can improve quality of life dramatically. Many patients who have had the courage to explore negative childhood experiences with a trusted and experienced psychologist or psychotherapist definitely report improvement in many areas of their life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is laziness (e.G., always taking the path of least resistance) in a child an inborn, temperamental trait or a learned behavior? Kids are 5, 6, and 7.
Bored: The kids may be bored. Provide more stimulating activities for them. Get them involved in things you are doing. Kids learn by example. ...Read more
Probably not: The first signs of suicidal or homicidal behavior tend to be either depression or a general lack of concern for the well-being of others. While someone that impulsive may make a decision the harm themselves or others, we are more interested in suicidal or homicidal thoughts as a precursor to such behavior. ...Read more
What are mental illnesses caused by physical and sexual parental abuse as a young child? Any signs to watch for
Mood Problems, PTSD: The most common psychiatric problems related to a history of abuse are various mood related problems, such as depression, and anxiety-related symptoms (including full-blown ptsd). There is also an increased risk of other behavioral problems and substance abuse. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Ritualistic behavior provide security for which age group? Is it toddler, infant, preschool or afolescent?
Preschool: Usually it begins in toddlers and becomes more obvious in pre-schoolers. ...Read more
Yes: One of the core features of mania is mood instability (lability) with severe irritability. This can result in verbal abuse. Also present frequently in mania is psychosis. This may include paranoid thinking, misinterpretation of others' actions, frank hallucinations or disorganized thinking (usually from racing thoughts). That can then lead to misinterpretation of events or motives of others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can a person handle living with an autistic person once they are an adult with dramatic childish behavior?
Discipline him at : His developmental level, not as an adult.Tell him what you want him to do, not what you don't want. He should qualify for ssi & medicaid, especially if he also has intellectual disability. If you have legal guardianship, call your state's mental health/developmental services division for behavioral & social services. Call your state's disability agency (voc rehab) for employment opportunities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Avoidance: No, unless it is pervasive & affects your social & interpersonal & daily functioning. ...Read more
Sometimes: All types of abuse (emotional, physical, & sexual) are damaging. The extent of damage may be more severe for emotional or sexual abuse than for physical abuse. However, the extent of damage also has to do with the severity, frequency, and duration of abuse and the individual child's temperament, vulnerability to mental illness, support system, etc. Let's all pull together to help stop child abuse! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cause or result: Family violence is a multi-generational process.Kids who experience/witness it at home from people they otherwise love, will grow up to continue the pattern.Often kids are the victims of family violence/abuse because they aren't skilled enough to realize when they are in danger or agile enough to get out of the way. The process is a merry go round of recurring dysfunction & all loose in the process. ...Read more
It doesn't have to. : I use the following mnemonic to organize factors that influence health for a lifetime: gulch. G-genes u-uterine environment l-life (particularly early life) experiences c-choices h-health related habits via myriad mechanisms, these factors determine if, when, and to what extent your diseases play out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it a psychiatrist or pediatrician or psychologist who sees kids with behavior and learning disabilities?
If the behavior manifests itself in self-destructive/sabotage behaviors and should it be treated w/ some form of behavioral therapy?
Possibly: There are many more possible ways to address self-destructive behaviors than your question considers. However, dialectical behavioral therapy is one form of treatment which can help. It combines mindfulness skills with cognitive behavioral therapy. Understanding the drivers of these behaviors is important also, though. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do societal problems like abortion, divorce, ban of child discipline and others contribute to violence in the nation?
Is being self preoccupied considered a sign of schizophrenia delusions of grandeur or just egotism?
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 moreSee 4 more doctor answers
With a diagnoses of schizoaffective disorder cause a person to change like sexual desire, motivation, and being social?
That is possible.: If someone had manic symptoms they may have increased libido, interact more with others & be very productive in activities. If someone had depressed symptoms they might have a reduced sex drive, isolate more from others & become less motivated. If the person is psychotic, how they behave may not be predictable. These are generalizations. But a person can change depending on what state they are in. ...Read more
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