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No, he hasn't. he refuses to go to GP, he things I'm over reacting.
This is exactly clear to me.
But there is a limit with my strength and ability to make my point. I can tell things like that out loud, he smiles or closes the door. I didn't want to pack his bags and throw him out, I was hoping we could have a conversation and get it sorted. It's not possible obviously. I don't want to be a bad parent and act aggressively back, he has no one but me but he won't react to my kindness at all.
My question would be really; how much more a parent should try so I don't damage his already broken attitude? If I send him out, isn't a contra productive way?
Yes, I agree with you. It's about the time he taps into his own resources as otherwise he will never reach out if I don't push him. I know he can do it, but I also know he is very very sensitive and this bit kind of puts a question mark on my mind to evaluate the right timing for such tough push.
Is there any right approach you advise I should go for to have such conversation please?
Thank you. I just hope I won't do any mistake in his formative age as we were fighting the life quite good so far. It's been a though journey so I hope my worry not to make even worst situation now at the end was a relevant one to have.
If there is anything I should be aware of, please let me know.
Have a good day and thank you.