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Keep looking, and hopefully it won't be long before you can run like hell into the arms of a better company. At least this takes the stink of unemployment off of you.
Until then, my sympathies.
they didnt tell you all this before you started working there????
Hey, where do you work at? Not all settlement companies are a scam, they scam ones came about recently when the mortgage industry fell through, there are maybe one or 2 legitimate ones, you can tell by looking up their BBB rating. This is about to go away because the laws changed and go into effect 10/1/10... they can no longer charge upfront fees by law, probobly your company is just scamming all it can scam in the next week or so... pm me if you want to know more... Ive been doing this since 2003...
Will they let you smoke pot at work? That would help.
Eh...I am anti-psychology. Many illnesses are biological in origin. Psychology is simply a wishy-washy field in the social sciences. It's a fuckin' art for crying out loud.
Yes! What Athena said! I think a psychologist is the right choice, preferably one who is in a group practice with a psychiatrist. He/she can recommend seeing a shrink if deemed necessary. Psychiatrists diagnose and prescribe meds and follow sucess or failure with the drugs. Psychologists do talk therapy and help patient uncover the roots of the problem.
You are a good mom!
:) Proactive is nice. Good advocate mommy.
Funeral was Saturday. According to my sister, the autopsy found no trauma, and cause of death was officially unknown. Parents aren't in custody. No other word on the status of the investigation, but it's looking like the most they're guilty of is being really shitty housekeepers and poor white trash in general. I hope those kids stay with my sister long enough for the parents to clean up their act.
She just turned 16, and besides the burning stuff, she's remarkably less psychotic than most teenagers. A little moody from time to time, but a good kid overall. She does her chores and her homework and volunteers at an animal shelter. I've found a different psychologist and we have a consultation on Thursday. And she accepts our insurance. Thanks to all for the advice.
Pfft. Find a community mental health clinic. They go on a sliding scale fee. You can pay MUCH lower than that. I'm thinking at most $100.
How old is Paige? Is she just in the akward teen years? ALL teens are psychotic.
That "therapist" is the one psychotic.
I concur with the ladies above. Understand that psychology is not much more than white people voodoo. There are so many theories floating around but, we know so little about the human brain and its functions (as a whole), it creates an environment just ripe for sufferers to be taken advantage of.
Is Paige a teenager? Understand that this stage in life is hormonal in nature (as you well know) and that, as a result, temporary behaviors can at times mimic legitimate psychological issues. For example, my younger sister was a "cutter" for a period that was gone just as quick as it started. If your child is open about her burning (as my sister was about her cutting), it's likely an attention-seeking behavior rather than the result of psychosis of any sort. Those suffering from self-mutilation/injury for more sinister reasons often go to great lengths to keep their behavior secret.
I'm no medical professional, though, of course, just someone who dealt with similar issues while raising my teenage sister. I applaud you for looking to get your daughter help while remaining skeptical. I wish more parents were like that. My recommendation? Seek a second opinion from a psychologist (as opposed to a "therapist" or a "psychiatrist" - therapists don't have as much education and psychiatrists are more prone to prescribing drugs). Try to get a recommendation from your primary physician or some other trusted medical source. A psychologist worth their weight in salt will likely recommend changes in diet and exercise before recommending expensive tests and/or drugs.
Best of luck and, yeah, your red flags went up for all the right reasons.
Oh, dear...1000$ for a 'psychosis test'? Psychosis is an extremely vague term that encompasses a massive arena in psychiatry. Don't even take her back to that therapist. 135$/h for a therapist, not even an actual psychiatrist? Oh God...
You're getting raped and the chick sounds like a fucking fraud.
Not unreasonable. I'd rather be informed and have that second opinion than test her and start her on drugs that may change everything about her. So I say go for that second opinion. It takes time to find a good therapist. I wish you and your daughter luck on that journey.
Let us know...
I know, it's my sister's husband's family. They're like fucking rabbits, and he's the youngest of 8 brothers and sisters. All of them (except him and my sis) have between 3 and 5 kids each. Yay, Mormons! -_-
I'm heading over to my sister's this weekend to help out with some cooking and errands and whatever else I can do to ease the load of suddenly parenting 3 fucking kids. I hope to get the full scoop then.