Every time my dad abuses with taunting words and he never encourages for any achievements i feel upset, stressed and frustrated what to do?
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- Hari PrakashMay 8, 2013
You may feel scared and frustrated about the changes you see in your loved one. You also may feel angry about what's happening to your family, or wonder if things will ever go back to the way they were. These feelings and worries are common in people who have a family member with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Learn as much as you can about PTSD. Knowing how PTSD affects people may help you understand what your family member is going through. The more you know, the better you and your family can handle PTSD.Offer to go to doctor visits with your family member. You can help keep track of medicine and therapy, and you can be there for support.Be a good listener. Don't argue or interrupt. Repeat what you hear to make sure you understand, and ask questions if you need to know more.Be positive. Blame and negative talk won't help the situation.Don't feel bad if things change slowly. You cannot change anyone. People have to change themselves,You may get support from Family members.Doctors and other health professionals.
- eAnswers...May 9, 2013
It is really painful when you feel neglected or you face some taunting words from them. But it is also there that a parent would never hurt their child unless and until a child has done something that made them upset. I think same situation is with you. In my opinion you should talk to your father and ask him if your any activity has made him upset and make him understand that you will never do any such thing in future. I think this can help you.
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