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09-17-2006, 05:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Mike8 View Post
I don't think the medical system is all that difficult to use, in all honesty. It may seem daunting, but having doctors in the family--some of whom work in the field of psychiatry--I think society, now more than ever, is able to confront these sorts of issues and help with them.

There is some trial and error, but the trial and error process will even help put a constructive spin on the 25-year old in question's life. It'll give them some hope, which is important here.

I know it's not black and white, but on the surface it is: the parents need to take action. That's a black and white statement, and it's true. The parents can't afford to sit idly by. It's an unhealthy situation for everyone involved. That part of the puzzle is black and white. The rest becomes more difficult.
I agree that taking action is black and white, you have to do something. What , becomes the question.

In this case though, it sounds like there was little connection with the buildup.

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