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There is something wrong with you as a parent if you are not aware of your child's mental health simply from your daily interactions with them. But if you had that sort of healthy intimate relationship with them they would not develop problems. It is exactly those bad parents who cause problems in their kids that are too stupid and selfish to realize it, and take them to a doctor to get diagnosed with some fake illness, just to exonerate themselves. Naturally health professionals are only too happy to oblige and engage in the deception. They reassure the parents they are not to blame, tell them their child must be sick for reacting normally to bad parenting, and dose them up with drugs so they never wake up to the truth. Sick society we live in.
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