Feb 26, 2018

boy not taking any responsibility of his life


Edited: Feb 26, 2018


Then got better again.Wanted to go to school beginning of this year ,went to Tafe for 3 days and stopped .Before was defenetly depressed and sullen.Now better ,smiles,interacts with people and communicates with his family nearly normally.Counselling offered numerous times ,no interest.He has gone a long way since what he was ,but we are getting frustrated because he still will not go to school or get a job.Just lazies around all day long..doesnt want anybody to do anything regarding his schooling ,doesnt accept might need help with anxiety. Anybody able to give any ideas for help?



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