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Suffering from my youngest son Mohammed who is becoming aggressive , chaotic, non obedient , noisy ,and refuses to calm down , though we love him so
Suffering from my youngest son Mohammed who is becoming aggressive , chaotic, non obedient , noisy ,and refuses to calm down , though we love him so ?
Thorough assessment: …is needed to better understand and address your son's behavioral issues. Make an appointment with your son's pediatrician to start. They will be able do an assessment and then get you referred to an appropriate specialist if needed. ...Read more
Need local dr caring helpful listens understands accepts caresource. Very athletic can't run anymore inpain pt and accupunture was no help canton ohio?
What might b good way 2 approach spouse addiction 2 internet(OBSESSED w news&posting on political msg boards)w/o making him defensive&angry?PLZ HELP!
Alanon? Therapy?: Many discover that there is little we can do to change others. It is hard enough to change ourselves! You can find possible support at an Alanon meeting or from a psychotherapist. Then, you might find the voice to use to invite spouse to help you with your problem. I know this sounds backward. It's not. Best wishes. ...Read more
Behavior is common: Many people with dementia are confused and have trouble understanding what people say to them so this can lead to agitation or aggression with personal cares. There are behavioral interventions that can often lesson this but if there is significant aggression, medications may be needed. A geriatric psychiatrist can help you, if one is available. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is helping an ailing parent always tough? Shouldnt we be dismantling the walls we've built against each other and practice love & forgiveness?
Not always: As it depends on the relationship. Ailing parents can have a lot of old "baggage" and may not have the skills to practice love and forgiveness...They may have guilt over old perceptions and events. We all tend to form ideas and misperceptions that we hold on to because they hurt...If you practice love and forgiveness you will break down the walls. Check out the 5 love languages by chapman. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What's the best way to break up with an alcoholic? he's never been physically abusive but he is emotionally abusive passive aggressive and manipulativ
Get support: via family, friends, mental health professional, a self-help group etc. You will be tempted to slip back depending on the relationship and person you're leaving. You need to be strong and know you deserve better. If you're worried about your personal safety, talk with a counselor who specializes in domestic abuse. I hope this helps. Best wishes. ...Read more
Not uncommon: After all, it's nice to have a caring thoughtful person listen to your every word. But clients usually don't know very much about their therapists personally, and so are "in love" in their imagination mainly. Also, therapists are trained & duty-bound not to reciprocate — to maintain professional boundaries. Best to discuss your feelings with your therapist, & use it to learn about yourself. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
in mort school we learned, by messaging feet of dying hospice pt. , you can keep them alive a few hours more, any truth? Something bout circulation
Interesting...: I can imagine that it might be comforting to be massaged in the last hours, but I can't see how it could possibly prolong life in any significant way. Improved circulation or not. ...Read more
Very outgoing but avoid intimate, honest, close relationships (especially with girls) so I don't get embarrassed/hurt. Avoidant personality disorder?
My child shows fear of going to school.Age is 5.7years.Is not ready to leave classroom for pt and music lessons.No participation in oral sessions?Why?
Anxiety/A, Phobias/P: Part of normal development. 1.Social p: fear of contact with unfamiliar people, social isolation; desire of involvement w/family, familiar peers. 2.Separation a: unrealistic, persistent worries of possible harm befalling primary caregivers, persistent avoidance of being alone, complain distress. 3.School p. 4. Generalized a disorder: worries about future events. Encourage, talk; get counselling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bpd realization effected marriage greatly. Do i project the bad things i've done onto him thinking lying cheating adamant it don 2me reflection, snicky?
WHAT???: What exactly are you trying to ask. Please carefully re-word your question and post again. ...Read more
Health issues,chronic stress 7+yrs (financial/family/legal - abusive ex) ongoing.V resilient in past,suddenly overwhelmed. Prx propranolol. What now?
Mental health: Sounds like you are having a difficult time. Propranolol is used for anxiety, especially for stage fright, but it sounds like you may need to consider counseling and discussing with your doctor a different type of medication like an SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor). You are not a "weak" person for asking for help or for using a medication to help you through this. ...Read more
This is problem about my best friend.He dealing with depression, he is animation student he just talking whatever subject is, he don't respect himself?
Things you can do...: The best thing you can do for your friend is help them find a professional. If they are depressed and lack self respect, therapy can help. Be supportive ; encourage them to stay in therapy. ...Read more
2 month old son cries non stop unless he's being held & people tell me i'm neglecting him for letting him sit & cry sometimes. Help?
? medical problem?: Have you talked to his pediatrician about this? If he likes to be held, it may that he likes to be upright and is battling something like ge reflux. This makes infants cry. Can also be from formula intolerance, exposure to second hand smoke, and others. It's ok to let baby cry for short periods, ie: finish your shower and get dressed, but prolonged ignoring of his crying not good for either of you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Where can I find a PT (rockville md) to teach transfer skills to caregiver to move mom (95 pounds) from bed to chair? She is in hospice /non terminal
My depression/agoraphobia are easy to handle when I'm pumped up (feeling confident and happy). Caffeine makes me confident & happy! Good remedy?
Confidence is key: Research shows being proactive and feeling confident are important factors in mitigating depression, anxiety, and fear. While coffee may help short term, consider developing long term cognitive skills that you can tap into more readily when you begin to experience doubt. Consider options for cognitive behavioral skills training via a skilled cog behavioral mental health professional. Be well. ...Read more
Nephew afraid of ppl don't want strangers to touch him.He say he wants his smell back.Happen after 5yr shots.Dont like being around ppl acts frantic.?
Ur nephew has: Psychological issues possibly from effect to steroid? Shots. I'd recommend he sees an internist and a referral to psychiatrist. Take care! ...Read more
Can someone with schizoid pd seem outgoing and socially engaged, despite a lack of sincere emotional interaction? Do they bond with family members?
Schizoid PD: People with schizoid pd consistently lack desire for intimate human connection. They may have families and jobs, but keep people at a distance. They mostly appear cold and dull in affect. They would be unlikely to seem outgoing or socially engaged, but are able to respond to carefully selected others whom they need intensely. Some of these could be family. ...Read more
25yo stay home, no friends. Anxious panic disorder. Feel way behind in life social skills life skills, hard to be alone. Had this as a child :( aspie?
Not necessarily: I am a neurologist and to my knowledge your description of things is not sufficient to diagnose Asperger syndrome though certainly some features may be present. Other things should also be looked at and ruled out. I would be happy to help direct you in this regard. Write me-www.healthtap.com/DR-Saghafi ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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