We are trying to get David to see more positive things in himself. Right now, any time someone pays him a compliment he pushes it away. We want to get him to be more accepting of compliments. It also seems that when he starts doing good, he sabotages his own treatment plan. So in theory by accepting positive reinforcement we hope to stabilize parts of his treatment. Does that make sense? Any one have experience with this? Any tips? Currently he has to list 5 positives about himself each day. Sometimes, we just have to look up. Maybe if he gets used to looking up, he won’t be so down on himself all of the time. Metaphorically speaking. Tweet #fighting4answrs
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My friends, Last month, the son of a dear friend of ours was burned in a tragic accident. He will be a long time in recovering. Tragically during this time, the home that the family was renting has been sold and now they have to move. Collin goes to wound care 2 times a week at 100 miles round trip each visit. In addition, mom, who is a stay at home mom, has taken on the role of caregiver and nurse, in addition to being mom and driver. The cost of care associated with a burn of this magnitude is extraordinary and has rapidly depleted the families savings. Now, because Collin has missed so much school, and will miss many more, the family is faced with hiring a tutor for him until the school district kicks in and picks up the costs. If you can help please follow this link.