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Pediatricians need to know these kids exist and deserve treatment, said Dr. Norman Spack, author of one of three reports published Monday and director of one of the nation's first gender identity medical clinics, at Children's Hospital Boston.

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Offering sex-changing treatment to kids younger than 18 raises ethical concerns, and their parents' motives need to be closely examined, said Dr. Margaret Moon, a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics' bioethics committee. She was not involved in any of the reports.

Some kids may get a psychiatric diagnosis when they are just hugely uncomfortable with narrowly defined gender roles; or some may be gay and are coerced into treatment by parents more comfortable with a sex change than having a homosexual child, said Moon, who teaches at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics.

These children sometimes resort to self-mutilation to try to change their anatomy; the other two journal reports note that some face verbal and physical abuse and are prone to stress, depression and suicide attempts. Spack said those problems typically disappear in kids who've had treatment and are allowed to live as the opposite sex.

The drugs used by the clinics are approved for delaying puberty in kids who start maturing too soon. The drugs' effects are reversible, and Spack said they've caused no complications in his patients. The idea is to give these children time to mature emotionally and make sure they want to proceed with a permanent sex change. Only 1 of the 97 opted out of permanent treatment, Spack said.

The mother first thought it was a phase, then that her child might be a lesbian, and sought a therapist's help to confirm her suspicion. That's when she first heard the term "gender identity disorder" and learned it's often not something kids outgrow.

This is why young kids are like little sociopaths. They cannot conceive of anything in life beyond what is immediately pleasurable or painful for them at any given moment. They cannot feel empathy. They cannot imagine what life is like in your shoes. They just want some fucking ice cream. NOW!

As a result, they are psychologically punished for decades, as they live the rest of their life in constant fear of ever fucking up a transactional relationship ever again. And instead of recognizing that the problem is the transactional approach to the world itself, they assume the problem is that it took them so long to do the transactions appropriately.

Many of these kids remain at home, on the couch, playing video games. Their parents step in and pay rent and utilities, buy their food, and pay their insurance. This caretaking can go on into their twenties, thirties, and even longer.

My family and I recently moved in with my mother to help care for her during the final stages of cancer. My husband has an adult son (20) who has tried to bounce back to us several times, but I do not allow it. At 19, he stayed briefly with us since his mother kicked him out because she was fed up with his leaching off of her and he had to move across the country to be with us. It was a temporary situation and we gave him a timeline for a job, rent payments and his responsibilities around the house. I caught a woman in the bed with him (he shared a room with my son (13)), we found drugs on him, and he refused to pay any of his expenses, so he was out on his ear and is not welcome in my home until he learns respect. My husband is not as tough as I am, though. My husband pays his son's bills, causing his bills to get paid late at times. I've always chipped in my share of our bills on time and he's had to suffer the late fees (we have separate finances), but it worries me at my mother's house. In the agreement with my mom, we would cover 100% of the household bills and get the home when she dies in return. This will allow her to use her money to live her life to the best ability she can while she still has time. My husband gave his son an ultimatum over Christmas, saying that he had to join the military or move back to their home country to live with his grandmother and attend college. However, my husband has a soft spot for his son and believes the lies that he tells... he claims he is going into the army, but he probably can't pass a drug test to save his life. I worry that my husband will continue believing his son and support his son financially, to our detriment. I don't want to have my mother worrying about finances during her few remaining months. I'm not one to give ultimatums to my husband, but perhaps it's time to say he needs to choose the financial drain that is his son or the wife who is here to help him accomplish his goals in life. Before you judge me as heartless towards my stepson, my husband and I have been married for 7 years now and his son lived with us from 13-17 and only left to live with his mother because I was trying to teach him responsibility and he whined about it and wanted to smoke weed. I am the only one who actually TRIES to get that kid on the right path, but he is so disrespectful and a pathological liar that I have had to let go of him and focus on my biological teenager. I couldn't have my son seeing the entitlement, arrogance and blatant disrespect for the family, the rules of our house, and the laws of our country (my stepson once told me that it was the parents' job to make the kids happy and he thinks he's entitled to use drugs).

Karen916 don't be silly don't be embarrassed, we learn from experience. Can you move out with your sister? both renting a place for the 2 of you? Have you think about moving to a different city? area? state? anywhere were you can get a job in your field that fulfill you.Sure it won't be easy but probably it would be better than what you have right now. Some of us have left our countries and our families for a better future, you won't have to leave your country maybe just your state, I don't know maybe I'm wrong but what do you have to loose?? You are still young, don't have kids, yes you have your loan but don't let that determined the curse of our live.

I came from another country and lived 15 years in California, I wanted a house so bad when I used to live in there, and I never stop dreaming, one day we did something drastic, moved to 2,300 miles away, got my house, a job in the field that I wanted and my kids grew up in a small city where they call it home now.

Did you know that the human brain is not fully developed until 25, that is the reason why young man your age sometimes are the way they are, we call it immature, but it's just a nature. Take it easy, keep helping around the house pull your own weight, an enjoy live.

I personally think she must be on the spectrum. She has NO LIFE. Other than school and I dont ever see her really making plans or socializing. I think she is strange and immature and Im mad as hell that she continues to live like this - rent free- with my 86 year old father and 76 year old mother.

There is such a fine line between caring about someone enough tooffer help, and being a caretaker for that person. Your daughter and you seem tobe in a pattern of not really knowing where that line is. That is quiteunderstandable given the history of your situation and her emotionalchallenges. ItMore is very hard to see our children struggle and maybe fail,even when they are grown. However, it is through that struggle that learningwill occur. Allowing that to happen is something that is challenging for a lotparents. To make it even more difficult, kids, even adult ones, know how to tapinto the emotional part of a parent that makes it hard to separate from them.Kim and Marney talk more about this in the second part of their series -Adult-Childre... .Becoming more aware of how her behavior affects you and being more mindfulabout how you respond will help bring about the change you are seeking.Finally, it is always good to remember that holding a person accountable forhonoring boundaries and being responsible for their actions sends a very strongmessage that you believe in them and their abilities to manage themselves. Weare so glad that you reached out to Empowering Parents for support. Please keepin touch.

Rooted in marketing, the idea is because of KGOY, kids have greater brand awareness, so products should be advertised to children rather than their parents. The theory has been around since the noughties, and ever since, experts have attempted to prove out the early demise of childhood by pointing to causes ranging from the age at which they get a smartphone, to the fact that kids are now watching more adult television programmes, to the problem of teenage girls being pressured to think about their appearance due to greater exposure to beauty ideals on social media.

Technology may be exposing kids to more, making them intellectually savvier. Yet whether they are actually growing up more quickly may be a matter of perspective. It may also be time to update what we think of as the milestones of maturation, and what it really means to grow up fast.

When puberty ends, growth in height stops. Because their skeletons mature and bone growth stops at an earlier age than normal, kids with precocious puberty that's not treated usually don't reach their full adult height potential. Their early growth spurt may make them initially tall when compared with their peers. But they may stop growing too soon and end up at a shorter height than they would have otherwise.

Going through puberty early also can be hard for kids emotionally and socially. Girls with precocious puberty, for example, may be confused or embarrassed about getting their periods or having enlarged breasts well before any of their peers. They may be treated differently because they look older.

Some very young girls (usually from 6 months to 3 years old) may show breast development that later disappears or may last but without other physical changes of puberty. This is called premature thelarche (thee-LAR-kee) and usually doesn't cause lasting problems. 041b061a72


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