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    teen melts down every night at 6pm
    An_249647 posted:
    My 17 yr old son has been having really big fuits and bouts of depression and anger every night at 6pm till I'd say 7 maybe 730pm

    Anyone have any idea what this might be>
    momuv4girls responded:
    If a child is acting this way fairly consistently, then there is definitely something going on with him.

    I highly recommend you finding a professional (psychologist or psychiatrist) to see him and evaluate the situation.

    I do not think a "run of the mill counselor" is in order, it must be a professional who works with youth.

    Take care,

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