Blame

by Alexis
(Penssylvania)

Is it the primary care givers fault, if the child has SPD?

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Sep 15, 2008
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me too!
by: Anonymous

I often wonder and stress that I am to blame for my daughters SPD too! I have some of the symptoms also. But, I try to remember that the main goal here is to help her and maybe I can help myself in the process. I don't want her to have the struggles that I had as a kid.

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No one's fault
by: Jessi

In most cases (maybe all) there is no one to blame for SPD. If you do some more research on this and other sites, you'll find that the cause of SPD is not known. It seems to me that it could be partially genetic, as I have some SPD traits - however, mine are no where near the level of my son's so that must not be the only factor.

If you're trying to find someone to blame, that's probably a rocky path to go down. Better to try and help the person with SPD than to blame someone else for causing it.

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