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A few ideas: All parents of teens need to get used to being unthanked, unappreciated, and considered foolish. Tell Junior, 'Well be here for you when you get in trouble' -- and your teen will, and you will offer unconditional help and love. It's a stage of spiritual growth for you. Now, if this isn't the right answer, I'm sure one of my colleagues here will be able to help. Best wishes. ...Read more
Go With Parents: I always believe the parents until proven otherwise.If they perceive a problem, even if i disagree, they have some issues that need resolved. ...Read more
Depends on variables: In some states, you can obtain care for std's and pregnancy prevention without parental input. In most if you have "emancipated minor" status as determined by a judge, you can make any such decisions. In most states, routine care requires the consent of your parents, while care after a specified age (18 in texas) is yours to decide. ...Read more
Varies by state...: The rules vary by state, by disease or condition being treated, by legal status of the minor, etc... It can get confusing, so takes some online research in each state. Usually, conditions regarding reproduction (normal teen sexual issues) are private, as well as substance abuse (smoking, marijuana, alcohol), and mental health issues such as depression. The child can choose to involve the parents. ...Read more
I believe I have a parental detachment disorder but i'm not sure what it is. I get "obsessed" with celebrities, teachers, etc. Is this a disorder?
Professional: These are non specific symptoms that are shared by several disorders. Best if you see a professional for a proper evaluation and advice. ...Read more
I am depersonalized and derealized and I need urgent help. I am currently in academic and parental pressures that have been a huge problem for me.Help?
Call here:: Here are the numbers for Crisis Centres in Canada. Give them a call and see what they say. They'll know who can help you get through this there. Take care of yourself! http://suicideprevention.ca/thinking-about-suicide/find-a-crisis-centre/ ...Read more
Yes: Of cousre, it's important but not necessary in critical situations. ...Read more
Therapy: Many people who have endured difficulties in their childhood have found therapy helpful. Trying to bury the feelings or to deny them is not likely to bring about a sense of peace. In the same way, emotionally re-experiencing the trauma repeatedly as an adult can create chronic anxiety or depression. Therapy can be a helpful way of moving forward and reducing anxiety or depression. ...Read more
Depends on how you: Define parent :) genetic parents - very significant childrens weight of obese-parents correlates with the genetic parents, not adoptive parents who are not genetically related. ...Read more
Depends on variables: There are a few legal situations where these drugs can be administered to minors and most require the kid to be in custody or a ward of the state. Most states give parents control of the medical decisions for their children to a specified age, usually 18, at which point the parent may be required to ask the kid for permission to know the treatment they are on. ...Read more
Depends on parent: If during unemployment the child sees a parent continuing to function as a parent and role model, unemployment does not have to be detrimental to the family. Take the time to read to kids, do activities with them outdoors, teach them to get involved in the community by going with you to volunteer during your unemployed hours. By showing them you can conquer what life gives you,it can even be good! ...Read more
Could i see a psychiatrist if they are under the she of 18 without parental knowledge or consent?
Need parenal consent: Parental consent needed under 18. The law. The law is a blunt instrument, as the issue of minors and confidentiality well illustrates. Minors generally cannot consent to treatment; a parent or guardian consents on the minor's behalf. There are exceptions. Certain states allow minors whom the law deems especially mature, such as those who are married or in the armed services, to consent to treatment, and sometimes minors may consent to treatment for substance abuse or sexually transmitted diseases. The exceptions are few, however, and prove the rule that the law deems individuals under a certain age (often 18) not sufficiently mature to make treatment decisions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Better groups: Finding mentors and groups of people who are trusted and somewhat parental helps a great deal. Seek out what you need in others if parents are unavailable, especially if you're an adult. ...Read more
Any multivitamin sup: Parental vitamins? If you mean vitamins and supplements when expecting, any multivitamin will do the job. Always get a capsule form as much as you can( I personally believe the absorption is way better). But the most important element is folic acid.it would be even better to start taking it 3 months before conception when planning to get pregnant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Absolutely: It is not uncommon for a young woman who has been menstruating for a few years and who is fully developed to desire liposuction. Genetic deposits of fat will not change as the person gets older and they might as well be removed permanently when the person is young and the skin tone is the best. If your parents agree with what it is that is bothering you, then go ahead and start with a consultation. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
See below: If this is the case a referral to the authorities may be best to protect the child. ...Read more