Butterfly phobiaMy sons recently developed butterfly phobia. In the past he had it with birds too but has gotten better. The butterfly phobia is bad he is scared to play outside.
Am123 on 2019-10-06
Am123 last year
I Belive thar your son need a dose of Ignatia amara.
Give one dose 200C. After this wait for 4 - 5 days.
♡ Parakletos last year
Thank you for the remedy. My son has over come the fear of butterfly. He is still afraid of dogs hoping it will go away as well.
Recently he has started to make this poker face when you can’t tell if he’s lying or not. He fakes his understanding in school so the teachers give him easier work. It’s his way of getting out of more work. He always rushes his work. Doesn’t read and guesses his way out. He is good at making you feel guilty even though he is the one who did wrong. He doesn’t want to admit his mistake. I really have to be tough and mean for him to get him to tell me the truth. Is there anything that can help him. I don’t want this to become a permanent habit of his as he grows older. He will be turning 9 in July. He’s gained a lot of weight he loves to eat carbs stills. More salty then sweet cravings.
Am123 5 months ago
Please wait for parakletos to respond for one more week or whatever you think is reasonable.
If no success you can give your son Hyoscyamus. Potency 200. One dose every 10-12 days for upto 6/7 doses.
♡ maheeru 5 months ago
I’d like to give update. I do notice my son is a little open about his feelings. He admits he doesn’t want to learn because he thinks it’s boring, he will get the answer wrong, he just wants to play/have fun, and that he doesn’t like anything when it comes to learning. He does have fear or failure adhd and anxiety. He hates going outside to play or exercise. When ever we use the word competition he runs away even if it’s for fun!
Any help please !
Am123 2 months ago
♡ maheeru 2 months ago
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