Hi to guys iam very very tierd mom. i cant figure out what is wrong with my 7 years old son. He act very strangely . He dont know what he should do and not do .for example he never shy from speaking with adult never shay to be naked . He dont know why he go to school why should recpect the other . Why …. But in other hand he is smart in school , he use iphone .ipad .unfortuntly today he is diagnosed as type 1 DM ??? Note ( he is seen by psychiatrist and each time had deferent diagnosis from generalize anxiety disorder to separation anxiety to ADHD . And lastly his psychatrist Diagnose him with habipolar disorder bcz he has depress mood some time and other time he appear happy any help plzzzzzz iam in a damn country (iraq) nothing go straight . Looking forward to read ur comment jus
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