Why when he is with his boyfriend, my 5-year-old son is doing stupid things?

Why when he is with his boyfriend, my 5-year-old son is doing stupid things? As soon as he is with his boyfriend, my 5-year-old son is doing stupid things. I do not know how to intervene because I do not want to ruin their friendship. What do you think? (Alain T., Angers) Claude Halmos Psychoanalyst answers The relationship between your son and his "boyfriend" seems more complex than a simple story of friendship.

My husband must react

I have been married for a year, I have two adorable little boys. But my husband does not talk to me: neither his work nor his problems ... He is not attentive when I talk to him and what I do not tolerate anymore is that he is not interested in children when I talk to them about them. I feel that our life as a couple and family does not interest him.

Antoine Pelissolo: Positive Psychiatry Restores Hope

Positive psychiatry is also making the patient actor of his recovery? Antoine Pelissolo: It is inspired by the positive psychology, which intends to identify and cultivate the resources of individuals to help them not only to achieve well-being, but also to keep it in the face of the vagaries of life.

Method: Transactional Analysis

In transactional analysis, the patient learns to identify three important facets of his personality that build him: the Child, the Parent, and the Adult. Facets we use to communicate with our interlocutor. The American psychiatrist Eric Berne, who established the principle of the inner child, developed this verbal-type psychotherapy in the 1950s.

Endometriosis: patients face a wall of misunderstanding

Endometriosis is a debilitating and painful gynecological disease due to abnormal development of the uterine lining. It affects 180 million women worldwide, more than one in ten in France. Paradoxically, this disease is little known or even taboo in our society. How to explain it? The answers of Dr. Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, gynecologist surgeon and specialist of endometriosis at the Tenon Hospital in the Department of Gynecology, Obstetrics and Reproductive Medicine, who prefaced Tabua Disease o

Make one's illness a personal challenge

Fifteen years ago I had three operations, treatments and eight months of hospitalization for a herniated disc. I have to live today with a sick, disabled, painful body, some parts being deprived of use and energy of life. The feeling of exclusion and the fear of being detached from society were even more difficult to bear than the illness itself.