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... o get him to do anything. His day could be fine and if he doesn't get his way just one time, he will pout for hours. I have never seen a child this stubborn in my life. We have tried taking his toys out of his room,spanking,and he gets very destructive when he is disciplined. ... (4 replies)
... There is nothing you can do about her behaviour. The only way to deal with the alienating parent is to basically ignore whatever she says or does. Do not retaliate or respond to the child with any blame for stuff that he is obviously repeating. ... (4 replies)
... Great advice thank you. My wife and I just moved to a new area and home so the routine in all over the place. ... (7 replies)

My son hates me
Feb 3, 2009
... I have suggested this to my wife but she takes it all the chin saying that he is just behaving like a teenager and will get over it:confused: (18 replies)
My son hates me
Feb 2, 2009
... Your second paragraph is very telling. "We have always given him everything he wants" and "my wife will cook a seperate meal for him to keep him happy. ... (18 replies)
... Ok here is my story.... ... (1 replies)
... I suffer from Bipolar disorder and have since I was a preteen. My 11 yr old and one of my twins were diagnosed with bipolar disorder and all of my kids were diagnosed with ADHD. ... (14 replies)
... At least at first they kept him in the house, now he sits on the front porch with the adults while everyone laughs every time my son and I step out of our house. It is very aggravating! ... (132 replies)
... growing up, or at least that it is your aim to be, I can't see why you as a parent should have a problem or consider it a point of uneasiness to talk to him in the first place. ... (23 replies)
... My son went through this destructive phase also.And I MEAN DESTRUCTIVE!!When he was 2,he would rip his border on his wall,rip apart his comforter,take anything apart he would be in contact with. ... (7 replies)
... The only thing I can suggest is that you or your sister make sure that one of you is up with him at 6 a.m. He's only five, and five year olds with no supervision are going to get into things. ... (7 replies)
Destructive child
Jul 23, 2014
... I have an 11 year old son who has been steadily getting worse. He has stabbed doors, rammed objects into our wood work until there have been dents and holes in the area. ... (2 replies)
... we discovered my son has a hearing problem due to fluid build up in his ears. ... (0 replies)
... Maraisuela is right. Children want attention. They don't care if it's good attention or "bad" attention, as long as it's attention. ... (7 replies)
... It could be acting out or it could be some sort of behavioral issue or even a mental health issue. My son also has destructive behaviors, he always has. It is taking a combination of tailored parenting techniques, therapy and medication to help control it. ... (7 replies)
Busy 2 yr old!
Oct 24, 2007
... My daughter is like a hurricane! I can't get anything done anymore because I'm CONSTANTLY picking up her destructive path. I don't know what to do! My house is a MESS, I have homework piling up, and my son and daughters room looks like New Orleans after Katrina hit it! Seriously! ... (7 replies)
... g him that I do NOT want any alcohol in the home. Special occasions are a different story, but sitting down and having a few beers with dinner or in the evening is unacceptable to me. He thinks that I am making a huge deal out of this, and it has been causing many fights. ... (10 replies)
... By all means, don't let anyone tell you that spanking is child abuse. ... (18 replies)
... Our son is almost 6 in Jan.We took an effective parenting class in September to help us deal with our son.It's not working! ... (20 replies)
... How does everyone else deal with destructive children? ... (5 replies)

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