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Old Yesterday, 10:49 AM
 
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Might also include Asperger's. She needs to be evaluated.

OP, are you still out there?? I don't quite understand your comment about your daughter's behavior "this summer", as it's presently May...
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Old Yesterday, 06:31 PM
 
Location: Cape Cod/Green Valley AZ
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Might also include Asperger's. She needs to be evaluated.

OP, are you still out there?? I don't quite understand your comment about your daughter's behavior "this summer", as it's presently May...
Good catch. OP seems to have "left the room." This was OP's first post.


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Old Yesterday, 11:15 PM
 
Location: Charlottesville
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GED and let her move on from there.
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Old Yesterday, 11:42 PM
 
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She may need to be evaluated by a mental health professional. What youíre describing sounds like the manic phase of bipolar disorder, and bipolar disorder generally first manifests in the teen years.
I was about to mention something like this, but schizophrenia came to mind. OP, teens are very fragile in this regard. Have her checked ASAP. I was just conversing with a colleague last week about her sonís sudden symptoms. Sheís very worried and rightfully so.

Iím definitely NOT trying to diagnose. Better safe than sorry.
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Old Today, 04:43 AM
 
Location: Raleigh NC
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Four years in the military helped me, not sure what route to take for the young women.
They can also join the military.
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Old Today, 06:34 AM
 
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i'd pick up some brochures for her about hair dressing, waitressing, and nursing room orderlies.
The truth is you cannot even get these jobs without a H.S. diploma. Perhaps do some applications with her, so she can experience the true rejection that will be her reality without an education.

OP....A complete check up...and I strongly support those that have suggested a mental health connection be ruled out.

And, take her things and make her earn them back by doing her school work.

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