I am hoping you can give me some advice.
My daughter had meningitis group b and septecemia age 10mths .. She is now 13. Over the years she has always been 'the crazy, moody, aggressive, emotional one' and we have put it down to middle child syndrome! But we are now thinking different as we have bought all our 3 children up in the same way and she is just different to the others. She is teenage and hormonal but so much more so than her older sister was at that age. She is aggressive, filps from normal to aggressive in seconds, both verbally and physically, disruptive, we tell her for the same things every day usually what not to do but still carries on doing, once she gets something in her head that's it, for example this weekend she had a cadet weekend where she was away with her group. Her friend only lasted 4 hours away from mum (there are some family issue reasons for it) before she had to be taken home, the next morning Jessica was on the phone sobbing saying she wanted to come home and her friend went home so she could and that was it, she was ringing me all day despite me speaking to the leader in charge and then telling me she was fine. She had it in her head and that was it!
Anyway on having looked up the after effects I am seeing some things that are ringing bells here ..... what do I do? I am worried that if I go to the doctor they will think I can't cope with her ... yes some days she can be very challenging but we cope fine. I'm not sure what to do, do you have any advise please.
Thank you for your time.