Seeking help okay?

by shanice.newton2 on Octobre 19, 2013 - 12:56pm

This article looks at the many issues that teens experience while making their transition into the complex world of adulthood. It looks at their moods and reactions to things that accrue in their everyday lives such as loss of friendships depression or unbalanced anger. Parents are having trouble distinguishing when these outbursts really begin to take a tool on the Childs life, and when it is necessary to seek sources other than themselves for help.

Parents seeking professional help for their children have a hard time communication and understanding them because the options of physiological help such as psychiatrists and counselling where seen as shameful or even unheard of in their time. Popular past coping mechanisms where ones such as “ snap out of it” ,“get a grip “or “ pull yourself together” but how do you know when those phrases become irrelevant to your Childs situation?

Some feel that for parents to be seeking psychological help outside the family suggest that these procedures could actually be successful. While others feel that it is important to avoid the issues of labelling.

We live in a society where young people seem to be having a tremendous amount of trouble finding their place in the world why is that? I believe that this is because of the amount of pressure and expectations from parents for their children to do well when they go out into the world. The constant interference of parents in a child’s personal life can sometimes be over whelming and can actually be the causation of unhappiness. 

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/18/booming/when-to-decide-if-your-child-needs-outside-help.html?ref=health

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