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Anxiety in 11year old..fears of growing up and big trouble in sleeping.

My 11yr old son is struggling with anxiety and fears of growing older. He can be happily doing what an 11yr old does and then stop to cry. He needs big cuddles then. He has received homeopathy in the past and his constitutional remedy is phosphorus. We home educate and he is (when not afflicted) a happy outgoing boy. He has a lot of friends of a big range of ages that we see regularly. When things are very bad like now he struggles to sleep which seems to make things worse. He was raised as an attachment child and breastfed until he was ready to stop. I have given Phosphorus and Aconite (on instinct which has been proved good in the past)this afternoon when things were very bad but am at a loss where to go from here. WDE lost a grandparent before Christmas but they were not close to my son ( they had only met three times) but I feel he is also unsure of how to act and looks to us for guidance. The relationship with my hubby and his father was dead in the water so there has been no gnashing of teeth or tears. But I wonder if this death issue has focused his fear of dying again.Does any one have any idea at all.....please.
 
  pixiesmomma on 2014-01-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
If Phos is his constitutional then it is all you need for minor deviations.

Please bear in mind that homeopathy is a supportive therapy which works well when all other things necessary for a balanced personality are available. So just talking to him might be all you need at this time.
 
fitness 7 years ago

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