By Inge Wise
An outline of labor with youth, masking a large spectrum of topics, together with operating with violent, depressed and suicidal kids, and people being affected by addictions.
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Not only does he lose their protection, but most times he will take upon himself the blame for the breakdown of the relationship: the resulting blend of guilt, resentment and despair can lead to destructive relationship patterns that are repeated with increasing erosion of self-esteem and, quite often, danger to life. WORKING WITH ADOLESCENTS: A PRAGMATIC VIEW 47 But during the middle phase of adolescence, whatever the youngster feels, he or she is still dependent on the parents. In our society, at least, young people will usually be living with parents and relying on them for food, money, school in^ etc.
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