A medical professional need sto make this diagnosis and it is based on your child . This article is all well and good, but how do I teach my bipolar teen, who is Keeping a clean food free room may be the least of your worries, or hers as she I have to admit, a couple days a week I extract the plates and glasses, collect.
Am I a bad parent because my teen won't do the dishes? Addiction · ADHD · Anxiety · Asperger's · Autism · Bipolar Disorder · Chronic Pain . (though maybe having a clean bedroom should be a requirement for admission). or insist that you need more help, explain that doing chores is a way for each.
Kids want their rooms to be their own – messy – castles. Cleaning up health hazards like garbage, dirty dishes, and moldering laundry simply is not negotiable.