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b : removal from a place of deposit or investment c(1) : the discontinuance of administration or use of a drug (2) : the syndrome of often painful physical and psychological symptoms that follows discontinuance of an addicting drug a heroin addict going through withdrawal c(1) : social or emotional detachmentIs it normal for a child to withdraw from friends?
When Withdrawal May Signal Depression. Socially withdrawn children and adolescents may be showing signs of depression. While it is normal for a child to begin to pull away from her parents and identify more with peers as she reaches adolescence, social withdrawal from friends and peers may be a sign of something more.Why is my child being withdrawn all the time?
Sometimes people show withdrawn behavior because they have some type of mental disorder that interferes with their ability to interact well. Some of the mental illnesses that can contribute to this type of behavior include schizophrenia, major depression, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, autism, phobias, and personality disorders.What is the meaning of'withdrawal'?
"withdrawal" in American English. › an act of taking something back, removing something, or moving something back: [ C ] He had made several large withdrawals from his bank account (= He had taken out a lot of money). [ C ] Her sudden withdrawal from the competition surprised everyone.