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They were both not in therapy, he asked them at the time this happened with their mother, the daughter said she didnt need it(i disagree), his son is now in therapy, but it is with a dance therapist, and I feel he should be seeing a psychiatrist or a behavioral therapist. Also, I would like to add that the mother commited suicide in the house.I have asked and told my boyfriend to move because I do not believe living here where something so traumatic happened, he does not agree with me.Medications may improve mood and feelings but they may also cover the issues and make talk based counseling more difficult.You are correct, the need to have steady and reliable stability in terms of discipline and structure is paramount.Another excellent resource is Straight Talk about Death for Teenagers: How to Cope with Losing Someone You Love [Paperback] Earl A.
I feel this issue is a big part of the problem in allowing the healing process for these kids to begin. Irritability, a lack of respect for boundaries and social convention and negative attitudes all speak to an unresolved emotional issue.
This is certainly an issue to bring up in counseling.
Steven I can go as far as to say it could have resulted in saving my sons life and our entire family now knows what bipolar is and how to assist and understand my most wonderful son, brother and friend to all who loves him dearly. It really helped to have this information and confirmation.
Family based counseling would be an excellent choice as well as there is no doubt that everyone has been hurt, traumatized and affected in the last few years.
A good resource in the interim is: Teen Grief Relief by Dr. Gloria Horsley and ***** ***** (Paperback - Jun 29, 2007) It is very inexpensive on and should provide solid insight into what you are experiencing.Thanks to his patience, after about two years I finally felt ready to open up in very small doses."This person has been, and probably still is, going through a really tough time.