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They later learned he had stopped taking his medicine.They brought their son back to Maryland and admitted him to Adventist Health Care’s Washington Adventist Hospital in Takoma Park, Md., where he stayed for a week, got the help he needed and improved.Due to the illness, Leroy could be too harsh without realizing it.Family members constantly monitored him to make sure he wasn’t too severe when interacting with the younger ones.Many psychiatrists have an intimate knowledge of criminality-one which has nothing to do with the professions involvement in the expert witness field.A close inspection of their disastrous results, reveals that psychiatrists are the last people who should be in charge of improving literacy, drug and criminal rehabilitation, or to be used as "experts" in our courts. Maya Pandit, who attends Potomac Conference’s Takoma Park (Md.) church, is a marriage and family therapist who specializes in medical therapy.She helps families navigate life during illness, work through family dynamics that arise because of illness and cope with the inevitable and residual feelings and realities that come with their experiences.
Lois remembers the moment she and her husband learned that something was terribly wrong.The Peters had to help their son pay back money he had been swindled out of, after warning him that some new “friends” who seemed generous were actually up to no good.Wanting to help her son, but frustrated and overwhelmed, Lois finally admitted, “We can’t live like this.” While they haven’t stopped loving and caring for their son, Lois says the family learned to love with limits—including even making the decision to not step in to stop the natural consequences of his actions.Sometimes among adults, too, he would become disagreeable during discussions and dominate group interactions.In those cases, the elder Leroy would have to escort his son out of the room or event.
Sometimes when illness occurs, the parent/child roles are reversed.