Just quickly sign up and find interesting dates in your neighbourhood.If you are not ready to give up the pleasure of being single and prefer an open relationship, try this dating site for singles.That's a huge amount of things for a child to adjust too so it's going to take some time, patience and good parenting to get him through it. A health visitor may be able to arrange a parenting class etc.My brother was like this smashed windows shouted punched kicked screamed locked himself in his room refusing to go to school Pretty sure he tried to burn out his teachers car for a detention after he punched a student who was flashing a knife lol he had me MA's heart broke turns out he had ADHD and asburgres and dyslexia(however you spell it) didn't get any diagnosis until he was 15 but once he did he changed to a special school with more support and was taught how to channel his emotions and taught in his own pace (instead if timetabled) Now he is 20 head chef at a really good restraunt loads of qualifications a driving licence and he now under stands how to channel excess energy through gym quiet time and is savin for a mortgage and is a completely different person mum says he's the least trouble now haha!! Recently he has started smashing things, punching and kicking me and OH and will defy me at every turn! So I shouted at him (felt like slapping him) so he punched and kicked me!Example: this morning I let him eat his breakfast in the living room and asked him to bring his plate out he told me no! He has had his i Pad and PS4 taken away and his tv from him room ( after he smashed the living room tv up) I'm literally at the end of my tether!We have created One Night Friend as a venue for those singles who are looking for something noncommittal than love and soulmates, and who think of online dating as a far less than serious pursuit.
😩😱 I would get the present but I wouldn't give it to him at Christmas I would tell him his behaviour needs to change and until he stops hitting and giving cheek he will not have what he wants.
Its important to work out what the root cause is so that you can help him to manage his behaviour. Sent from my i Phone using Netmums mobile app Is it just at home that he has this anger? Has anything changed in the home environment and he's finding it hard to cope?
Has he always acted like this or is it a new thing?
I'm asking because there may be an underlining issue that may need to be addressed x Sent from my SM-J320FN using Netmums mobile app Instead of whittling about presents I would urge you to make a GP appointment to discuss your sons behaviour and anger issues.
Its important to work out what the root cause is so that you can help him to manage his behaviour. Sent from my i Phone using Netmums mobile app Thank you everyone i have got an appointment with the doc this week! He's always been argumentative and strong willed but never aggressive!