字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Selective mutism is a rare type of anxiety disorder where the person can not speak in specific social situations where speaking is expected. The person is able to carry conversations away from those situations; they are not “truly” mute. Seleective mutism may interfere with school and work achievements because of the inability to speak not the lack of knowledge or skills. The person might be held back a grade or fail because of their disorder. They can’t move up in their job or create strong social relationships with friends or significant other. People with this disorder usually communicate by gestures, monosyllabic, short, or monotone utterances, or in an altered voice. Advice isn’t a set of instructions; it’s more like a paint supply store. You give the seeker the colors and the canvas it’s up to them to make something of it. Or ignore it all together. In order to be diagnosed with selective mutism the symptoms must last for at least one month. It is important to note that this time limit dose not take into the account the first month of school for a child since the first month of school it might be hard to make fiends the shyness might keep them from talking rather than this disorder. Selective Mutism is apparently rare and is found in fewer than 1% of individuals seen in mental health settings. Selective Mutism is slightly more common in females than in males. Although children with this disorder generally have normal language skills, there may occasionally be an associated Communication Disorder (e.g., Phonological Disorder, Expressive Language Disorder, or Mixed Receptive-Expressive Language Disorder) or a general medical condition that causes abnormalities of articulation. Some mental disorders like; Anxiety disorders (especially Social Phobia), Mental Retardation, hospitalization, or extreme psychosocial stressors may be associated with the disorder. Symptoms of Selective Mutism include • excessive shyness • fear of social embarrassment • social isolation and withdrawal • clinging • compulsive traits • negativism • temper tantrums • controlling or oppositional behavior, particularly at home. • severe impairment in social and school functioning Seeking help is not a life sentence; once you can manage your disorder it can no longer rule your life. Please note that any advice I give here should be taken with a grain of salt everyone’s life is a different story and these are merrily generalized tips. Results will very. If you would like to ask me for advice please email or facebook me. My links are in the description. I know you can pick any youtuber to watch so I just want to thank you for picking one of my videos, I hope it helped.