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... HELP... I dont know what to do at this point my 6 year old son has began acting out. He will break stuff around the house and he yells at me at the top of his lungs. And when I try to tell him what he is doing is wrong he smiles at me. ... (9 replies)
... I absolutly agree... kids are matter how they behave there is always a reason behind it.. look from the kids side..she is so young and is already a part of this moving on scenrio....sometimes kids behave differently just to get the attention when they feel that they are being left out or ignored... ... (10 replies)
... My oldest went through the terrible 2's but not for too long. I used to ignore him when he would throw a tantrum and he hated it. ... (8 replies)

... Make sure they know there are consequenses to their actions....not just being talked to or a quick time out. Let them know what the punishments are going to be and stick to it, do it each and every time. ... (2 replies)
... I have a daughter who is 23, about to turn 24. Reading your post really hit home for me. My daughter started acting out in her early teens as well. ... (8 replies)
... No, you should not feel bad. I think your wife needs to be on board otherwise she will continue this acting out . BOTH parents need to agree on the rules and enforce them. Spanking a child gets their attention. It does not leave marks, bruising etc... ... (10 replies)
... I am concerned about my 14 year old daughter. She's a great kid, intelligent, very social and pretty well adjusted. Her grades are great in school after just starting high school in a new school in which she has made many friends. ... (11 replies)
... we discovered my son has a hearing problem due to fluid build up in his ears. Tubes put in and new counselor and within a couple weeks we are doing great After 8 weeks home, I start to slowly leaving him longer and longer in his daycare in anticiaption of going back to work. ... (0 replies)
... Take him to an independent psychiatrist. My son whose 6 was acting oddly in school and it was suggested by his therapist, teachers, and guidance counselor that he may be mentally ill. ... (10 replies)
... As far as holding a screaming child down to help them fall asleep.... plenty of people have had to resort to that, myself included, and there's nothing wrong with it. ... (6 replies)
... Your really going to have your hands full in another 5 months. I can see why its so overwhelming for you. For one being pregnant really takes a toll. Are you going to home school your oldest daughter? ... (10 replies)
... I am new to this board...but not to the HB. A quick overview of my situation. ... (3 replies)
... First, I am so sorry for your loss. Losing a family member is such a terrible thing to have to go through. I pray you and your family will find peace through this trial. ... (13 replies)
... years old she was just wild. A wild child! There was seriously NOTHING and I mean nothing I could do to stop her. ... (5 replies)
My 1st grader
Sep 7, 2004
... Being "gifted" has nothing at all to do with LD. My daughter is very smart........but she is LD. She does have a hearing impairment, but on top of that she does have ADD. ... (27 replies)
... He said that he would kill my mom so, I NEVER said a word about it and it went on till I was 12. I was very angry all the time as a child but never once felt it was my moms fault because she had no idea. ... (132 replies)

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