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2015-08-07
Name: Ranjan Goswami My son who is 18 years old and an extremely bright and intelligent student, went through a severe bout of depression in his 12th Standard and dropped out from school before 12th Boards. He is under medication and counselling. Its been more than a year now that he is away from his studies. In spite of all our efforts both medically and spiritually, we haven't been able to get our son back into academics. May I have any effective input from any parents how to bring him back into academics after a gap of about 16 months?
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2016-08-26
#1
Name: Ashna
Subject:  RE:Behavioural disorder
It would be very difficult for you to get him to study after such a log gap and after facing such a tough time in life and it will be difficult for him to cope up with everything like before too but keep supporting him.
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2016-08-19
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Name: NN
Subject:  RE:Behavioural disorder
Depression is becoming very common in teenagers now a days as they have to face quite a lot of pressure from family and friends both. As this is the time one can make or break himself parents keep on pressuring them for studying.
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2016-08-15
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Name: Sakshi
Subject:  RE:Behavioural disorder
Take to him as much as possible. Ask him things about what exactly is keeping him away from everything and what caused or is causing his depression. If he has a fear help him overcome it and support him well.
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2016-04-27
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Name: Maya
Subject:  RE:Behavioural disorder
Hello Ranjan,
You need to give the better counsel to your son and bu giving frequent counselling then he will be fine and he can continue with the normal life as every one no need to get tensed and every thing will be happened also.
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2016-04-07
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Name: No Name
Subject:  RE:Behavioural disorder
Hello Ranjan,
Can i know what have you done to your son to behave normally.what is he doing at present so that he lead his life as normal person like us.What about the career of your son what are going to do.Can you post an reply for this.
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2016-04-07
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Name: Nidhi
Subject:  RE:Behavioural disorder
hello ranjan goswami,
It is possible first you make your son in to normal life and then you can do what ever you want him to become in his life.You need to hold patience and need to solve the problem and face them accordingly.I wish good for your son and lead happy life like others also.
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2016-03-31
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Name: kajal
Subject:  RE:Behavioural disorder
Hello Rajan Goswami,
First you find out what made to your son to go for depression. You need to find the problem and try ti sort out the problem and give the best counsel to him and give him moral support and definitely he would gain his academics.
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2016-01-21
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Name: lisa
Subject:  hi
if he doesn't want to come into academics try to teach him some art or admit him in some professional training like hotel management or mechanics course which he may can pursue as his career. or try a psychiatrist. but try to involve him in something or the other or teach him music or some instument
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2015-11-13
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Name: Stutee Saini
Subject:  Behavioural disorder
Hi Ranjani! Sorry to hear about your son. What was the cause of the depression? Any personal tragedy? Do his friends come over? Does he mingle with anyone? What does he do with his free time? Could you give us more details here? We may be able to help you with more details.
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2015-11-18
#10
Name: vishesh shrivstava
Subject:  Behavioural disorder
Hi Ranjani! Pretty sad thing to happen. If you can respond with more details, we may be able to help you. There are many children who suffer depression and drop out. Learning the cause of the issue will help us address the problem. There are many parents out here who would have gone thorugh something similar and come out of it successfully. Good Luck!
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