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Teen Behavior Problem Scenarios
Possibly: Certainly you should be able to start the process. Discuss with your child what the problem is. Then you maybe able to eilict the cause. If the cause can be eased or eliminated, then the problem may resolve. If you do not feel comfortable or are unable to address the problem, seek help. ...Read more
Many: poor diet lack of sleep risky behaviors such as smoking,drinking, and drug use, sex poor judgment in friends All of these accompanied by their desire to GROW UP too soon and not seek counsel or advice we hope as parents that we've imparted values and good judgment, but media exposure and peer pressure often play much more of a role than we would like keep communication open and be there for the ...Read more
Some normality seen: Qualiitive impairmt. in social interactions-failure to develop peer relationships, no social/emotional reciprocity, Impairment in body posture, eye to eye gaze, facial expression, gestures regulate social interaction. Repetitive & stereotyped behavior, interest & adherence to specific, routines/rituals & motor mannerism. No delay in language, cognition or self-help skills. No PDD/Schiz. ...Read more
Get Assessment: Young teen boys present with anger problems for many reasons, depression, frustration, abuse, ADD, bipolar and others. It would be in the teens best interest to be evaluated by a psychotherapist to get the correct diagnosis and to get him help and relief. It is not good to be angry and especially severely angry a lot. Show understanding and compassion but firmly urge treatment. ...Read more
Yes: Thyroid problems can occur at any age. ...Read more
Upset system: Many issues digestive related are form eating too much fast food. Reflux, diarrhea, constipation are common. Sometimes depression presents as physical (somatic) symptoms like vague recurrent abdominal pain. Anxiety can present with digestive issues, fears, and generally not feeling well. Alternating diarrhea and constipation can indicate irritable bowels. If concerned, have your teen evaluated. ...Read more
Not in itself..: Masturbation is generally thought of as a normal part of teen sexual development and in itself, should not have a significant negative impact on one's future development. That being said, excessive masturbation and use of pornography can to taken to an extreme that is isolating, substituting for true relationships and physical connection, which can be indicative of sexual addiction. ...Read more
I am a teen girl and I have been having unexpected panic attacks and worry about them for about 6 days now! Is this just me changing or is a problem!?
Hard to tell.: A full blown panic attack is not normal even for an adolescent, but some amount of weird feelings may be normal. Teen years are enough to drive most people involved pretty crazy at times. You're so right to note that you're changing. In many ways. But panic is worth an exam and evaluation. I'd avoid meds if possible, but some counseling might really help you understand yourself as you change. Best ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Iam an 18 years old male teen and now i have started body building so i am addicted of thrice or more mastaburation in a week is it a problem?
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