Mental issues during pubertyMy 14 daughter is having serious mental issues since puberty set in. Her most intense fear is of losing her salvation. She fears she might commit suicide even though she doesn't really want too. She is constantly saying time is too fast that she can't get everything done, not enough hours in the day. She is in a constant state of fear and anxiety with a side helping of guilt. I would say the main theme seems to be that she doesn't feel 'good enough.' Not good enough for heaven, for her parents to love her, at school, etc. She is very clingy with her mother. Doesn't feel comfortable with anyone else. (She doesn't feel comfortable with her friends).
She was thrown (hard) from a horse at about the same time this all began. I'm not sure if it is connected but I know that the fall from the horse was a major issue for her.
She is also very concerned about people perceiving her as weak.
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StephPA on 2014-02-08
to heal any trauma from the fall from the horse. After that if it does not
resolve she would need another remedy based on her totality.
I would suggest that you email Dr. Fleming, a homeopath in Norway who
contributes on here when he has time. He will look this over for free and
suggest to you what he thinks should be done first. He has done many
cases where people have had accidents like this.
His email is Parakletos 2012 AT gmail dot com.
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