Repressed Anger and Irritability - Not speaking to own child of 2 years age.Patient has following symptoms based on observations of three people who have stayed with patient for more than 1 year.
Inability to make any commitment/ decision
Is sullen and argumentative
Fussy with sour disposition
Takes everything hard and feels unpleasantness in every situation
Constipated often- does not clear stomach in one go... Very gassy and controls farting often...resulting in stomach discomfort
excessive control of urination - including work stress
often 'breaks' hands (wrists and fingers - phalanges)
itching eye lids on the corners
sensitive to touch
itchy skin (especially back- very sensitive and prone to breaks/acne)
prefers hot/warm water bath in summers too
often ulcers in mouth
very often headache - forehead, above nose
often 'cracks' neck
rude and bitter to strangers when stifling anger
Also grinds his teeth at night (bruxism)
restless in sleep...shifts sides continuously.........does not sleep.. When stressed.
Constantly pulls on mustache on one side when thinking.
Always in 'thinking pose' even when sleeping even when taking bath under shower.
White tongue since last 1-2 years.
looking for simple remedy to reduce irritation and create cognitive ability to further agree to see a doctor/counselor.
Please help....Clarify tincture no pellets and dispense with water - since patient directly unwilling for homeopathy as does not see self as problem.
Currently very irritable, so considering adding medicine to food/ water for ingestion,
Simply looking for a basic remedy that eases irritability, so patient can be spoken to and make agreeable to reasonable conditions of seeking medical help.
[message edited by ritikatejwani on Tue, 21 Feb 2012 05:56:47 GMT]
ritikatejwani on 2012-02-21
Most importantly, it is unethical and dangerous for you to sneak a medicine into someone's water. What are you going to do when this person aggravates or gets side effects? How will you explain that to them? What if they assume they are really sick and go to a doctor? This could force them to start orthodox treatment that they don't really need. It would be a disaster for him to front up at an orthodox medical station of some sort, with proving symptoms. They would load him up with drugs and this could cause ongoing health problems for him.
Lastly, how would we do a follow up? The patient would need to report the changes, what they feel, how much change they feel is happening. Even if by some miracle a good remedy was chosen, how would you get him to report the progress? You could not just guess at it - you would have to question him carefully? Don't you think he would be suspicious? Why would he even bother to give you such answers.
Those are just the practical reasons why you cannot do this. From the viewpoint of a professional homoeopath it is wrong to do something like this. The patient must be fully informed of treatment, and in full agreement with it. This is not an emergency situation where it might be impossible to ask them. This is a chronic situation, where he is in full control of his faculties. He has a right to be treated with his permission, or to refuse it. It is wrong to try and change someone in this kind of way. It is an unethical use of homoeopathy. Our medicine was not invented so that we would change our family members to suit ourselves. Healing is a process that needs to be cooperative and respectful. It needs to be done with the patient's trust, and only when they are informed of the risks. Since homoeopathy has many possibilities to harm the patient's health, they must make the decision themselves.
How would you feel if he began sneaking medicine into your food or drink, to change you into something he wanted you to be?
Professional Classical Homoeopath
♡ brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
[message edited by ritikatejwani on Tue, 21 Feb 2012 05:58:39 GMT]
ritikatejwani 8 years ago
It would be better to try to educate him about the benefits of homoeopathy. Perhaps exposing him to some sites where homoeopaths talk about their cases or forums where the process of case-taking is discussed and he could ask questions. Perhaps someone you know who has used homoeopathy could mention their experiences to him.
Doing it this way, behind his back, could easily backfire on you. If he gets side effects or his health is harmed, he may never agree to go to a homoeopath. If it ever comes out that you did this, you might damage his ability or desire to trust you. There are not just risks to his health here, but to your relationship. When someone is having trouble communicating, I can tell you now as an experienced homoeopath and counsellor, lying to them is not the way to get them to open up.
You need to understand that homoeopathy is therapy, and how it is done is as important as the doing itself. It is orthodox medicine that believes the end justifies the means. We do not.
♡ brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
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