I NEED HELP!!!

ERICA - posted on 05/20/2011 ( 2 moms have responded )

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I HAVE A LITTLE BOY WHO IS 8 AND HE HAS ODD MOOD DISORDER NOS AND ODD THEY ONLY HAVE HIM ON FOLICAN XR 15 MGS HE IS SO MEAN TO HIS SISTER AGGRESSIVE AND ALSO THROWS FITS AND BREAK THINGS AND IS LOUD AND YELLS AT ALL ADULTS I AM AT MY WITS IN AND DO NOT WHAT TO DO CAN U PLEASE HELP

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ERICA - posted on 05/21/2011

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Thank you so much we are in thepery with him now and it seems to help ut I think we are changing his meds for the adhd but thank you so much for you thoughts and kind words have a blessed day

Bridget - posted on 05/20/2011

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Hi Erica, our little boy was exactly the same for a awhole year. It was so distressing the the whole family. as i have new born twins. We figured it all boiled down to a whole lot of reasons
1 i spent the last 8 weeks of pregnancy in hospital he stayed with my sister who constantly smacked him and yelled at him
2. i had a c section which meant i couldnt pick him up for a few weeks
3.i couldnt spend a lot of time with him because i was breafeeding all day
4 his sister started pre school so he had no one to play with
5my mum had him a lot after the babies were born and she feed his jun k food and let him stay up late watching TV. my hasband and i have address all these issues and now we have our sweet little boy back..
Ihad been advised by the health visitors to get his put on medication. please try spending more time with , healthy eating and less TV. if theses dont work pull him aside and tell him you love him very much but his attitude is hurting you and eveyone else. Also ask him to tell you if there is amnything bothering him.I just want to add that temperement affects the way edvery child behaves and react to situations and discipline. i hope i have helped i will post you another short reply on temperement during the day.

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