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ADD, angry, low self esteem, anti social, becomes violent frequently. Advise?

My son is a 18 year male with ADD supposedly. He is stuggling with anger enough to hurt himself and me. I am 50 years female who has been out of worked for over a year now dealing with chronic pain. Had a cervical fusion which has compromised all disc with added buldging disc and arthuritis. He becomes very violent at times, not all the time. low self esteem, anti social, even at church. Pastor suggested that we get him tested for a chemical embalance. What else can I expect if he does have a chemical embalance?
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Not clear how you concluded your son have ADD.
Any Psychiatrist suggestion?
This may be ientification crisis which normally happens for every teenager.
Pasteur is not a physicn.
Take advice from a psychologist soon.
Watch him, take notes frequent improper behavior etc.
ADD can be cured with psychotherapy.
Don't loose heart.
Wish good future.
Answered: Wed, 1 May 2013
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