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Diagnosis Requires Extensive Information in a Face To Face Interview.

answered 11:23 PM EST, Sat June 08, 2013
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You did mention that it could be a possible mental condition or head injury??? He never experienced a head injury or concussion incident, but I am curious as to what mental condition it could be??? He refuses to find out, although he is improving a bit by trying to find a job.

David Johnson Says...

I really can't help you beyond what I've already provided you. I would suggest you see a counselor yourself. He or she will not be able to diagnose your son either. That requires an extensive face to face interview. You clearly are interested in getting some ideas about what to do. You will need to talk to a counselor in person to get there. I encourage you to find out as much as you can so that you have some hope of helping him, or at least minimizing the impact he has on your life. I wish you the best.

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