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Peter Pan Syndrome
If you can " own": The impact that parental overprotectiveness had in his ability to become an independent, fully- functional adult with age-appropriate adaptive/self-help & prosocial skills, he'll probably be more receptive. Offer to attend family counseling with him & seek individual therapy to explore your past & current role in the relationship. See:www.Sciencedaily.Com/releases/2007/05/070501112023.Htm. ...Read more
Do you really want: To grow up? Are you ready to have an intimate adult relationship that is lasting? Up to taking on responsibility? If you aren't really motivated to move from your arrested state of development - it simply won't happen. Consider working with a no- nonsense therapist who calls you on your stuff and isn't afraid to hold you accountable. ...Read more
Diagnosis?: Is he a young adult w/developmental or psychiatric diagnoses, or just "doesn't want to grow up?" drug use may play a role here, so be sure he is checked for substance use. Assuming he's been properly evaluated medically & psychologically, he can maintain his "boyhood" only if you allow him.If you don't hold him accountable for actions, he will continue to manipulate you. Give ultimatum: work or go. ...Read more
May hands and feet are always ice cold numb even after working out also think t.o.s syndrome in both arms as that is severe pan in neck back shoulder?
Dr. Peter m. Ihle - clarifying earlier mess I do have patellofemoral syndrome & chondromalacia w/subluxable patella....Re pop. What procedures correct?
Try Exercise First: I'm not sure if this is a question that had already been answered or not, but you should address any foot issues ( over pronation, flat arches , etc) then use exercises to stretch lateral knee structures and strengthen the vastus medialis muscle in the quads. Physical therapy may help as well. Don't jump to surgery unless you try conservative treatments for a few months first. ...Read more
Immaturity: Peter pan syndrome is psychological immaturity with the failure to adopt adult social responsibilities. ...Read more
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