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How To Deal With Baby Lust Of 40yo Wife
Open dialogue: The pros & cons of motherhood at any age can benefit from information from a number of sources.Pregnancy @40 has a 1/100 chance of down syndrome.Being emotionally ready to deal with a normal newborn at any age much less one with a problem is one only a couple can decide.Assemble facts, share all your concerns, explore any alternatives with help of a counselor. Mom had my little sis @ 42(surprise). ...Read more
Bipolar Mom: Great question! It can be extremely challenging to deal with a loved one who has a major psychiatric problem like Bipolar Disorder. Some suggestions for you: 1) Buy and read the book From Sad to Glad, 2) See if there is a local chapter in your area for the National Alliance of Mentally Ill, AKA NAMI, which is a support group, 3) Finally, your Mom may need court commitment for inpatient treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
O dear!! Diet: I have seen hundreds of add/adhd etc. It is invariably induced by the standard american diet (sad) and all the "junk", pop, ice cream. Etrc. Please go to my blog "oxygen, the spark of life" that you can google. Read the post "sweet and dangerous". This is an affliction of the nervous system that is so common that the U.S. Actually ran out of Ritalin (methylphenidate) some years ago. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How do I deal with the situation in which my wife who has no sex drive due to an antidepressant she takes?
Talk to her: And see if she is willing to talk to her dr about it. A change of medication may help or if the current med has not been on board for at least 3 or 4 weeks, wait for that time and then seek help if needed. If the problem existed before there was any depression even successful treatment may not change that. If that is the case specific professional evaluation for low sex drive is in order. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Support his therapy: If he is not in therapy, encourage him to find a good one that he can trust. If he is, encourage him to use it to it's best advantage or find a better fit. Be compassionate when he feels bad, but don't enable bad behavior by making or accepting excuses. Firm, caring consistent support is all you can do - do not try to be the therapist. It's difficult even with training & experience. ...Read more
Daughter of mom disagrees with MD's advice for mom to get 2nd biopsy opinion. Mom wants it. How to deal with such a loud and unfair daughter?
Boundaries: There is a program you may not need called Al-Anon. In that program one learns that we cannot control or change others. And, often we did not cause the problems that others are causing. I would bet at your age it is time to stop the war and to create safe space in your life so that you can have a full life. That may mean changing how you interact with your mother: i.e. no more arguments.... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How to cop with loss: Time is the best healer.But you may join a support group, or go for psychiatric counselling, which will help.Family members, friends may be able to help it may be difficult in the immidiate period but life has to go on and you have to learn to live without him. ...Read more
Find a therapist.: In addition to being supportive and listening to your wife, it is important to get her help from a professional. Postpartum depression can last for years if left untreated and can become quite severe. Find a therapist that is experienced or ask your or her doctor for a referral. ...Read more
Best way to help: Be open to his questions, let him know you are supportive. His concerns may be different than his. Talk in general ways about how you are coping with this but do not overwhelm him. Take him to a suuport group for children who lost their parents, consider finding a counselor. Find a good family therapist who can give you advice on what to look for. ...Read more
My best friend is a single mom of two, but uses drugs and is slowly destroying herself, how can I get her help? Should i stop being friends with her?
Don't stop ....: It wouldn't be good to stop being her friend. It's better to be supportive, to not judge, to offer her help when she needs it. She has the right to do what she pleases with her life but don't stop trying for her. Be a good support for her kids, help her through tough times and encourage he always to seek help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Exposure: Expose him or her to the dark for short periods of time, reassure that nothing has happened, increase the intervals, eventually leaving him or her alone in the dark for short periods of time till no longer an issue...In difficult cases or if panic ensues, seek help from a behavioral psychologist. ...Read more
Wife is paralyzed/gibbering w anxiety. And she's terrified of docs/hospitals/ER & refuses to get help. Not a threat to self/me, so how can I get help?
911: have her hospitalized, worked up and obsserved for stoke or psychiatric breakdown. ...Read more
The man I love and want to spend the rest of my life with sends me into depression with his selfish attitude. Is there a way to help myself without having to leave him?
See a therapist: It would be very important for you to work with a therapist directly about this. You seem to recognize how your partner's behavior affects you -- have you discussed this with him? Could he hear you, and has this resulted in any change? You may become a lot healthier as a result of psychotherapy, and care better for yourself. Such changes inspire some -- not all -- partners to want to grow also. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Face their fears: Do not allow the child to "successfully" avoid school or other activities, it makes the problem worse. Reassure the child you are confident he or she has "what it takes" to rise o the challenge. Don't belittle the child ir the problem. Often, there is also an adult involved who also has issues with the child separating. Consider getting professional help from a therapist. ...Read more
See below...: Families (spouses, children, sibs, parents) of cancer patients are usually the neglected part of the equation. So glad u're asking! individual, group, couple &/or family psychotherapy can be very helpful... Ask ur doctor for referral... Connect with a therapist.... No sense in navigating thru such a lengthy & intense process alone, when professional assistance is available. Wishing you well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Get help!: Your dr can assess for mood disorder ; underlying medical conditions that may be causing symptoms. Talking therapy (cognitive behavioral therapy or insight oriented psychotherapy) is important for lasting change. Psychiatric meds may be indicated. Don't isolate. Spend time w people. Use your support system. Get out. Don’t stagnate at home. Get at least 8 hrs of sleep/ night ; eat healthfully. ...Read more
The partner that i'm with forces me to have sex with him. His family dreamed a baby and know i'm 12weeks pregnant, i don't want it and want to termin?
Who can help you?: I'm really concerned about you. If your partner forces you to have sex, it sounds like an unsafe relationship. If you have a friend or family member you can trust, talk to them. You still have the option to terminate the pregnancy, but it might affect your safety if your partner finds out. 408-683-4118 is the gilroy women's shelter. Please call and see if they can help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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