Repeated suicidal behavior is a state of multiple suicide attempts. It is exhibited at higher levels of significant depression, hopelessness, anger, aggression, impulsivity, borderline personality traits, and family history of alcoholism or depression than in psychiatric patients who did not attempt suicide.
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How to control aggressive behavior in a teen who attemped suicide as well?
Query: Hello doctor, A known 16-year-old son misbehaves with others, not staying at home, does not care about his family, passes the time with his bad company, behaving rudely to parents, and not studying properly. Parents have no control over him, and he does not care when they request him to focus on st... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I can certainly understand your concern. I have worked through your attached query in detail. As per the description, the possibility of a conduct disorder or a borderline personality disorder should be considered here in your child. In view of suicidal threatening... Read Full »