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The main thing I notice is some "typical teenager" problems, like not paying much attention to online school, resisting chores and a job, preferring video games over participation in adult life. And then some problems that are -not ordinary teen behavior challenges- like urinating in clothes and starting fires. I don't think that I, or any non-...


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The required expertise to help your daughter is beyond the scope of online contributors. If the psychiatrists and therapists you currently have treating your daughter do not appear to beneficial, then obtain services from different healthcare providers. However, under the law, she will be an "adult" when she turns the arbitrary age of 18. This CAN ...


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