Help understanding SA
I'm a parent to 2 SA boys, I'm here because I want to help my children as much as I can, they were diagnosed about 1 year and half ago and they don't seem any better, the good days are far fewer.
The strange thing is although they both have SA they suffer differently
16yr old gets very angry and uncomunitive and if he tries something and it's unsuccessful he closes the door on it, he is now at a stage where the walls around him are closing fast but when I try and encourage him to talk he can't but I can see the pain in his eyes, he's now saying he is quitting the course he is on because he's finding the learning hard, I phoned his tutor today and he is shocked he is one of his star pupils,my question is how can I encourage him to stay on the college course as since he's been on it his confidence has really grown and the anger has subsided a lot....
My 15yr old in the last 3 years has gone from being one of the most popular boys in his high school to finding it hard to even leave his room, he so wants to go to school and be well again, but has not attended for 2 years now, his friendships are dwindling fast but he is happy to try and explain to me how he is feeling, i'm so confused when 1 day he seems able to do something then the next day he says he just can't and I get the "you don't understand what it's like to me"
I really want to help my boys but I don't know what to do can anyone help me?
Thanks for reading