Defining and validating bipolar disorder in the preschool period
Not “fitting in” with the family usually means not being accepted by the family for going against the family rules, questioning certain practices or simply for being an individual.(note: sometimes “not fitting in” is simply the feeling of not being as “good” or as valuable as other siblings or other family members.) I am not sure if I am now or ever was regarded as the black sheep in my family, but I certainly didn’t feel like I fit in there even before I stood up and publically rebelled against the total family dysfunction I grew up with.Don't worry if somebody has already left an answer to a question, the more answers the better.
Your question will appear as a link just below the heading "Previously Submitted Psychology Questions & Answers." TO ANSWER A QUESTION Simply click on the question link, enter your answer into the comments box and hit submit.CG113/2 | In well-defined generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), what is the clinical and cost effectiveness of two cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) based low-intensity interventions (CCBT and guided bibliotherapy) compared with a waiting-list control?In well-defined generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), what is the clinical and cost effectiveness of two cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) based low-intensity interventions (CCBT and guided bibliotherapy) compared with a waiting-list control? I hear it used in the sentence “well he always was the black sheep of the family” and I hear it used in the first person such as “well I am the black sheep of my family.” This week I have been thinking about HOW a child becomes “the black sheep of the family” in the first place.The black sheep may be the one that rebels against the family system or the black sheep is also used to describe the one who “doesn’t fit in” with the family.