rzillullah Posted July 8, 2008 Report Share Posted July 8, 2008 I am a father of two lovely daughters. The elder is of 3 yr and 6 months and the younger one is of 2yr and 2 months old. Both of them are very much intimate to each other. None allows others to scold the other, though like any other child they also have quarrels / fighting amongst them. My first daughter often complained for abdominal pain since few months. After consulting many child specialists in my country I finally met Prof. Sirajul Islm, one of the leading child specialist in the country. He examined my daughty and finally concluded that she is not suffering from any physical problem rather she is pretending to have some sufferings to acquire the favour of her parents. Though it is very difficult for me to consume but I am really anxious about the matter. Is it really a pretension? Is she really suffering from any kind of mental disorder? Is it curable? What I need to do to bring her back to the right track? I will be very grateful to all of you if I get some idea related to the situation. I think following information about our family background and lifestyle may help you to assess the situation correctly: a. There is no history of any sort of mental imbalance in any of the near even of distance branches of both of our family(myself and my wife). b. We live a very peaceful life in house. c. I was away from my family for one year under a UN Mission since she was only 05 months old. d. Presently (for last one month) due to the nature of our job, I am staying about 400 km away from the kids. They are staying with their mother and other members of my in-laws family. e. In my workplace where they had been staying so far, there are enough free space for the kids to play around. But the place where they are staying now does not have any open place like earlier though they have some friends of similar age group. Thank you very much. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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