You are required to make at least three reflective posts (100 word minimum) to the comments of other students.
You must begin by first stating “I believe your main (basic)point was”. You may then proceed to discuss your viewpoint and advance or clarify you contribution to the discussion topic.
I believe a lot of problems start to steam at a very young age for most people. Alex issues come from in my eyes from not getting the proper attention he needed. He also lacked confidence and that can really tear someone down. They could get torn down from it, but from proper care he was getting from the people and medication I think could help the most and he needed that. It takes a long time for someone to start loving there self after not thinking they are enough to even live and that is reasonable. How ever long it takes you to get back on track should not matter.
Robins situation you cannot just think what worked for one chid could work for the next. You have to see if that child has even talked to someone about how he feels. Most of the time they just have a lot going on and just need to talk to someone about how they can get through. There home life may not be like the person before him. That also effects a person and the type of medication that he/she is on. You have more stress or anything slightly different than the other person that is on the same medication it can be thrown off. He also did not have the same support as Alex. If he actually talked to someone that specialized in disorders in mood swings and they felt like they could not help then think of other opinion, but medication should not be your first opinion. Most medication throws off everything else in the body, it do not just fix that one problem and that is it. It makes everything off balance and now you have new problems because you messed with one thing that could have went without medicine.