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Parenting (or child rearing) is the process of promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, social, financial, and intellectual development of a child from infancy to adulthood.
Parenting (or child rearing) is the process of promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, social, financial, and intellectual development of a child from infancy to adulthood.
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Questions and Answers

Dr Traci Kochendorfer
Dr Traci Kochendorfer
Time for you to " Claim IT" with over 15 years in health and wellness, Ph.D Psy.D D.D. F.P.L.C. recognized on TV and Magazines,

Not much to go on. Her age medical etc. This can be frustrating seeing a loved one sick. Find what interests her or has an influence over her. If you know why...maybe try and allow her to heal. Presents things in front of her that give her no choice but to focus on instead of what has put her... more

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Sherry Katz, LCSW
Sherry Katz, LCSW
Couples and Family Therapist, LCSW

Sounds as though your son is "pissed off" about something.Punishment will most likely result in more of the same, not less of the peeing you would like to stop from happening."Laziness" is more of a social judgement than it is a characteristic of its own merit.Is this your description of your son or... more

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Sabita Kondle
Sabita Kondle
Gottman Relationship Therapy

I would first empathize with what she is going through and let her know, you are there to support her also let her know how much you love her, then gently find out if she would like to talk to someone professional to release her stress or burdens; then introduce the concept of therapy and how it can... more

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Cynthia Finefrock
Cynthia Finefrock
Assisting with neurodiversity, autism, ADHD, depression, anxiety, and trauma.

Yes, that sounds like stress and anxiety. She might benefit from seeing a psychiatrist to see if there is any medical treatment that could turn down the volume on her anxiety so that coping will be easier. Or perhaps going the natural route with OTC herbal medicines could benefit her if that option... more

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Crystal Robinson
Crystal Robinson
It's okay not to be okay!

I would suggest that your daughter speak with a counselor as stress is something that all kids/teens go through in school. A lot of times it's very hard to manage and talking to friends or family may not always feel like the best approach for them due to not wanting to be a burden. I use the analogy... more

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Kelly Garrity, LMFT
Kelly Garrity, LMFT
THERAPY FOR CLARITY

It can be confusing and alarming to see ones own child react in such a big and disproportionate way to such seemingly small issues or what look like "silly stuff"However, while it may make zero sense from the outside, I believe IT ALWAYS makes sense from the inside. I personally like to keep in... more

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Cynthia Finefrock
Cynthia Finefrock
Assisting with neurodiversity, autism, ADHD, depression, anxiety, and trauma.

It sounds like this situation is very traumatic for you, and I wish it were not so. When you say verbal abuse, do you mean name-calling, demeaning, shaming, dehumanizing, manipulating, gaslighting, condescending, Etc.?There are two definitions of abuse in the psychotherapeutic world: The legal term... more

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Cynthia Finefrock
Cynthia Finefrock
Assisting with neurodiversity, autism, ADHD, depression, anxiety, and trauma.

Hi, I work with individuals living with autism and trauma. Autism is highly heritable, so if the child is autistic, there is a significant chance the parent will be as well. Or, the parent could have another form of neurodivergence such as ADHD, OCD, etc. Complex trauma compounds the situation, as... more

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Dr. Meredyth Lawrynce
Dr. Meredyth Lawrynce
Serving Clients Nationwide


Perhaps dig deep and figure out what you actually feel, and address that in an effort to address the anger! ♥ Kudos for recognizing the behavior and wanting to address it.

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Angela Clark
Angela Clark
Being a mom is the hardest job there will ever be!

One of the biggest issues emerging adults face while living with their parents is boundaries. It's important to establish strong boundaries. Yes, you are living under her roof and therefore have to follow her rules. It's possible that your parents may still view you as a child. Yes, you're an adult... more

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