November 18, 2009

 

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Posted by: Phyllis33Wolf at March 2, 2012 11:33 AM

Honestly, I do think bipolar disorder can manifest in children & teens. While believing that, I do not think that they should be first & foremost treated with psychiatric medicines. I think every other option should be explored first, due to the fact that psychiatric medicines prescribed to a child or teen, that isn't particularly right for said child or teen, could potentially make the disorder & behavior worse or manifest additional mental disorders/illnesses, rather than helping the child or teen to cope with their already unpredictable mood imbalances & behavior.

Posted by: Alannah at June 11, 2012 2:41 PM

I think too much medications...only makes things worse. If it where a hyper border collie or Australian shep pup...my first thought would not be what kind of meds does it need. It would be: What other kind of activities or distractions are necessary. The owners' can't handle it, so I have to hit the pup with a tranquilizers? So, that's my animal perspective.

Posted by: Michele at January 29, 2013 11:01 PM