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... In other words, who has he seen do these type things to the point that he thinks it is acceptable behavior. However, you said no one else in the family has any anger problems. I would definitely have tested in every way possible. This is not normal 2 year old behavior. ... (14 replies)
... My son who will be turning 3 on August 3rd has been kicked out of 3 daycares in the past 5 months. ... (14 replies)
... He will hit, bite, pich, throw things out of anger and lies a lot. He has kicked and tormented our puppy as well as his 12yearold sister. ... (14 replies)

Angry 3 year old
Nov 3, 2005
... and nerves of steel! He's 13 and we still have some anger management issues, but now he has the tools to figure it out himself. And, he's really really smart. ... (5 replies)
... lags that he had a problem was getting kicked out of 5 daycares by age 3. He also wasn't speaking. With speech therapy he is speaking fine now, but the biggest issues she had and still has now he is 4 and half, is the anger and aggression. ... (14 replies)
... Thanks. He did quite well at his first day back at daycare. (Spent last month with Grandma because he was kicked out of his last daycare. Grandma figures that it's all in my head and anyone else that watches him, yet she has never watched him with other children). I'm hoping that his "honeymoon period" lasts long enough for the new program to start. Thanks Sherry :) ... (14 replies)
... Tamaralynn, I truly hope your son gets better. I'm sorry if you took my original post wrong. I really do hope your son gets better. I know it must be extremely stressful for your to be in this situation. We only want the best for our children and when something like this is wrong with them we know it can affect their whole future. It's a scary thing. Please continue... (14 replies)
... Thanks, I have him going to a special program that has some professionals that run it. They will be working with him on a daily basis (from 8:45 - 3:00, just like school). The good thing is, if it is possible that he needs meds, at least they can correspond with the pediatrician. :) (14 replies)
... Hello- First of all, I'd like to commend you for your efforts. Though I do not personally have a child with similar problems, it is important to note the importance of early interventions when a child has serious behavior concerns. The longer you wait to intervene, the worse the prognosis... so you are doing the right thing by seeking help. It must be extremely difficult... (14 replies)
... I went back and reread my post to see if I could figure out how you could misunderstand the inflection of my post. I was not berating you. I am very concerned for you and your child. I know what it feels like to have to defend a child. You are just beginning this struggle. Our children have different problems but they are problems none the less. You are already... (14 replies)
... and no one better dare tell me that my son is getting this anger from me! ... (14 replies)
... Yeah, basically how bad does your husband's anger have to get before you walk? ... (4 replies)
... Hello everyone, I'm new to this board and I feel like I could get some serious advice here. I have major anger issues. I don't know why. I know people say that a lot of their anger is because of their past life. With me, I feel it's different. ... (5 replies)
... Tamaralynn2, I just wanted to comment on the previous poster who mentioned ODD Oppostional Defiance Disorder. I have a younger brother who has ODD and is 21 now. There are therapeutic ways to treat this behavioral disorder. I commend you and all of your efforts. I know how difficult it was growing up with a very angry defiant teenager in the house, who by all means... (14 replies)
... Mommy, your little guy sound EXACTLY like mine. Will look into it, thanks! (thanks to everyone else as well!) (14 replies)
... My son just turned 2 and is extremely aggressive. I really would recommend getting your son in to see a pediatric neurologist. We found out that the aggression, short attention span, and constant fight or flight response was due to Sensory Processing Disorder. He doesnt process sensory input like he should so the smallest touch can set him off. We thought he was Autistic... (14 replies)
... there is definitely something more going on with your son here than just one of those conveniently labled disorders that get thrust upon a child whenever there is some kind of behavior disorder.You are definitely doing all the right things here with regard to trying to get the proper help for your son.Believe me,I know how you feel as I have a son that was just recently Dxed... (14 replies)
... It sounds like ODD... it sometimes co-occurs with ADHD and autism, which is why many people will immediately say "Oh that's ADHD" or "Oh that's Autism" when a child displays severe aggression and violence. ODD basically means Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and can range from verbal defiance (refusal to do as told, refusal to accept explanations, provocative attitude etc.)... (14 replies)
... Sounds to me like you've been through a lot and want to find a solution for your son's behavior early. Kudos to you. I also commend you for seeking other solutions for your son's behavior beyond medication. Not that medication does not help children; many children do benefit from medication; but I believe that it should be a solution only after you've identified the root... (14 replies)
... possible, before you do something you will deeply regret. You reaching out in here is evident that you are trying and you do want help. Admitting that you have anger issues is the first and biggest step, but you need to follow up with professional help. No one here can help you in the way a doctor can. ... (53 replies)




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