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"my 17 yr old daughter is a jr in high school and she has always been a
very good student making a and b and occasionally a c. the last couple of
report cards have shown that she is making a f in two classes and i have
talked to her about this letting her know this is not acceptable and she
needs to do what she can to bring them up. i know she has in the past gone
to her teachers and asked for help and gone to tutoring even. but it just
seems that she does not care about the grades and she says she feels like
she is going to fail the yr. i don't know what to do or to help her get
through this and do better in her classes and for her to want to do
better. i have tried to talk with her guidance counselor and so has my
daughter. the counselor is the pitts. she is no help at all and a lot of
other students and parents have complained about her as well. i don't
know what to do, can you please advise me on how to help my daughter."
"I have a 15 year old daughter who refuses to go to school. She had a very
traumatic experience of sexual abuse last year with a high school boy. She
refuses to get counseling for this. She is becoming so defiant about
school and the work and is missing so many days. We have taken her to
counseling many times, she now refuses to go. Won't take her medication
the psyc. put her on. She thinks that she can 'fix' this all by herself.
She has been involved with so much girl drama and seems to thrive on it.
We are at a lost. She is not doing drugs, drinking, etc. We need help! Any
suggestions? We want to explore and try everything before we look into
residential treatment. "
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