A few days ago I read a post by a friend of mine titled What is Pediatric Psychiatric Disorder?
Here are some highlights: The most common symptoms of Pediatric Psychiatry include: -Depression, loss of interest in hobbies, hobbies become meaningless, and other activities become repetitive.
-Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
-Narcissistic-compulsivity disorder (NCD).
-Obsession, avoidance, and avoidance of other people.
There are some minor symptoms that can be considered “normal”: -Difficulty falling asleep, falling asleep at night, and waking up in the middle of the night.
-Frequent or irregularly scheduled bedtime.
The majority of Pediclons suffer from a combination of all three, as mentioned earlier, and they tend to be the most distressed of the three, at least according to the DSM.
So, what causes this?
It seems pretty clear that we have a combination of factors: -A lack of social support, family/caregiving problems, and/or stress from other things in their life.
If you’re wondering why I say that, the primary reason is that the DSM defines depression as “the loss of a normal level of functioning”.
– This means that the child is depressed because they cannot function at their normal level, and are unable to cope with the problems they’re facing.
This is what makes us sick and depressed, and it’s what is contributing to our chronic illnesses.
We’re not talking about an illness, we’re talking about a mental disorder.
Why does it take so long for us to see these problems?
Because the DSM isn’t an exhaustive tool for diagnosing the disease, it’s more of a “general rulebook” of what can be expected for the child in the future.
It’s not a perfect rulebook, of course, but it is a good one, and hopefully we’ll all start to see the symptoms of these conditions as we get older.
How can we help?
I think that we should start with this basic premise: If we can’t cope with our child’s symptoms, it may be time to consider how to manage them better.
Here are a few things you can do to help: 1.
Create a Plan for a “Fixing the Situation” This might sound simple, but there are a number of reasons why this isn’t always the most effective approach: You can’t fix a symptom with medication.
You cannot solve a mental health problem with therapy.
And you cannot change your child’s environment.
For some people, this is probably the biggest obstacle to changing their childs symptoms.
Build a Plan to “Change the Situation”.
There are lots of ways to help.
For example, a psychologist might recommend a curriculum that helps the child understand their problems, so that they can start working towards changing them.
A teacher might teach a child to identify patterns in the environment that might be a cause for their mental health problems, or to start building skills for social communication.
Or perhaps a school psychologist might help the child develop strategies to change their environment.
These are all very effective approaches, and there’s no reason they can’t work for a variety of kids.
Find a Mentor.
I don’t mean to sound negative, but most of us who have kids struggle to manage our own mental health issues.
That’s why I’ve always recommended finding a mentor who understands your childs issues.
They may not know what you’re going through, but they know your child.
Help Your Child Get Help.
There’s a reason why parents are so stressed when they see their children struggling with depression: it’s because they have no idea what to do.
They don’t know how to treat the problem.
They don’t understand how to get help for the symptoms.
The simple truth is that they have the burden of the childs problems on their shoulders.
Now, don’t get me wrong, there are lots and lots of things we can do for our children, but the real challenge is figuring out what the most important things are.
In my opinion, the best way to help is to find a mentor.
Once you find one, you’ll have more opportunities to learn from them, and more time to work together.
Don’t Be a Victim.
When we see a child who has a diagnosis of depression or OCD, we often think of them as victims.
But, in truth, it can be a lot harder to see people who are struggling in the same way that we do, when they’re not the only ones who are suffering