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... s hands on his mouth, standing up, and looks right in your eyes, and SCREAMS bloody murder. Sometimes it seems like he's having some kind of seizure. He throws screaming fits in public so my son and his wife can't take him anywhere. ... (18 replies)
... The language issue alone can cause behavior problems. A child at 3 1/2 has the cognitive ability to understand so much but if unable to respond or express themselves they can become very frustrated and angry. A typical preschooler being told no may at least be able to argue back, explain their actions, reason with an adult, or make choices. If a child can not do this, their... (18 replies)
... First off, I have an 8 year old with ADD. I think she may have some mental problems that will need addressing eventually. ... (12 replies)

... old had to get on the bus to go to school he had a huge tantrum every time. The director and staff would have to carry him out kicking and screaming to the bus. At that time he started hitting my and kicking me every time I tried to dicipline him. ... (44 replies)
... on it until the money was spent,then he calls his father and gives him a pitty party about his sorry life and his dad feels sorry for him,my husband is 64 years old and our son's actions are not easy to live with..... ... (4 replies)
... I have heard of preschoolers crying and screaming so much that they throw up, and they are not ADHD. I think you are absolutely right about disipline. They are trying to get attention in a way they know how. ... (7 replies)
... Some autistic kids are OK with hugs and such, it's just that they tend not to seek out affection very much. Also, in some cases holding therapy can be good, but NEVER do holding therapy on a kid with tactile defensiveness(oversensitivity to touch, you can tell it by how they react to being touched unexpectedly). To them it would be like forcing someone to stand on hot coals... (18 replies)
... Speaking from personal experience, I think little Luke needs to spend some time with a therapist/neurologist/developmental pediatrician, etc. I certainly don't want to muddy the water for you more than it is, but I had a son that was showing developmental issues at a very young age. I will refrain from disclosing the diagnosis at the end, but it was very helpful to get an... (18 replies)
... I am sorry that you are having such a hard time with your grandson. I am sure that it is very frustrating. My son who is almost 3 is autistic. He is very affectionate and likes to hug. It is a misconception that autistic kids are not affectionate. Even though some aren't alot of them are. I am not sugguesting that your grandson is autistic, however, I wouldn't rule it... (18 replies)
... Unfortunantly not a lot of people want to listen to those of us who have actually been there. I was also medicated. Many times people get very angry when you tell them the truth. People get angry when I mention that ritalin and adderall are related to speed. Some people even argue with it! (18 replies)
... I know you didn't go into much detail with respect to his language, but at 3.5, he should be using language. Repeating the question instead of answering it indicates a problem at least in the language area. The inability to communicate can definitely contribute to... (18 replies)
Out of Control
Aug 18, 2004
... He didn't crwal. When he was born it was OK you know to use a walker. So after he grew out of his swing about 3 months old he always wanted to be in the walker. He didn't like being put on the floor on a blanket. He started saying dada when he was like 6 months. ... (26 replies)
... I have a 6 year old nephew, and from the time he was born to now he has had a traumatic life. ... (3 replies)
Son Out Of Control
Apr 19, 2005
... year old son with a big case of ADHD. He's been difficult and angry since he was 2 years old. He's been taking Concerta since he was in the first grade. It really helps, up until it wore off at about 6 pm. ... (16 replies)
... I have an eleven year old son who is mildly retarded, ADHD, ODD and epileptic. He has been on 36 mgs of Concerta for nearly a year now. The epilepsy is recent and he is on trileptal twice a day. I have had a huge problem getting him to sleep since he has been on the concerta. ... (8 replies)
Out of Control
Aug 16, 2004
... a I am going to take your advise and find out about them changing his medication. I don't understand where Calebs aggression came from. Its only been in the last 2 months. ... (26 replies)
... In my pittiful little opinion, as long as your son is in a loving, healthy enviroment, then there is nothing wrong with dad being a dad. He can figure out something with that kid as well as you can. Remind him that his children should come before his relationship with anyone else. It is a rough road to travel, no doubt. If the poor kid needs help, tell dad to get with the... (5 replies)
... always jumping and fidgeting as a baby, always screaming for attention, happy, sad, mad..one extreme to the next.. ... (5 replies)
My little guy
Dec 16, 2007
... insight that anyone can offer. My son is 7 yrs. old and is in the second grade. Since kindergarten we have been to school to meet with teachers, principals, and bus drivers more times than I like to admit. ... (5 replies)
... Hey everyone, I am a newbie here... and I think I may have a.d.d. The more symptoms I read online, the more I am screaming out that this is what I have. My family has a history of undiagnosed mood disorders...some of them have depression, some suffer from addiction. ... (6 replies)




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