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HotMom21ERF Due December 17 (twins); 1 child; Kentucky 20312 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting Kayleigh-louise Moran:" I meant playing with himself.Nothing else lol."


ok? so he was in his room, alone, playing with himself. idgaf.

I love Daisy xxxx Due July 4 (girl); Manchester, United Kingdom 1422 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting Rd.:" You caught him masturbating alone in his room, or masturbating next to his sisters? Did you even read OPs posts?"

No I didn't read her comment's, I should of but they wouldn't load for some reason.I meant I caught him playing with him self.

Angel [Mariah's Mommy] 1 child; Indianapolis, Indiana 18065 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting HotMom21ERF:" your elevator doesn't quite go to the top, does it?"


:lol:

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting Kayleigh-louise Moran:" No I didn't read her comment's, I should of but they wouldn't load for some reason.I meant I caught him playing with him self."

It doesn't matter what you meant - you can't spell worth shit, read or comprehend, or even form a proper sentence.



:x

I love Daisy xxxx Due July 4 (girl); Manchester, United Kingdom 1422 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting Rd.:" It doesn't matter what you meant - you can't spell worth shit, read or comprehend, or even form a proper sentence. :x"

I'm dyslexic get over it.

user banned Des Moines, Iowa 1848 posts
15th Jan '13

We had discussed inpatient previously. But therapy has seemed to help so much. He is a very troubled child, but the change on him over the past 4 years has been substantial. He is not even the same person. There are some unfortunate legalities that limit my husbands and my ability to have him institutionalized, and though I agree with what you all are saying about inpatient treatment, he has extreme abandonment issues an I believe this may only perpetuate the problem.
This makes life extra difficult for our family and we have to be hyper vigilant parents. But if we were to scoot him out of our home, he would be wrecked. Completely destroyed.




These behaviors had completely ceased until recently, though. So I am hopeful things won't progress further. Just unsure of how to proceed without agitating the situation



As for school- his teachers know about what happened, as do his bus drivers (one who reported a behavior) and they are keeping an eye on him.

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting Kayleigh-louise Moran:" I'm dyslexic get over it."

No.

Vivian [♥] 2 kids; Balls Deep, in, Georgia 13935 posts
15th Jan '13

Oh goodness, so sorry OP :( The only scenarios of this I have encountered don't have happy endings. I don't want to make you feel like that is going to be your life, so if you don't want to know I won't divulge.
But he clearly needs help in a different form. What kind of therapist is it? Have you ever taken him to a cognitive behavioral therapist?

Angel [Mariah's Mommy] 1 child; Indianapolis, Indiana 18065 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting Safka9973:" We had discussed inpatient previously. But therapy has seemed to help so much. He is a very troubled ... [snip!] ... his teachers know about what happened, as do his bus drivers (one who reported a behavior) and they are keeping an eye on him."


:( It's sad that your hands are kind of tied in the situation.

Nut ღ Meg Beverly Hills, CA, United States 40239 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting Safka9973:"


Are your girls in therapy?

I love Daisy xxxx Due July 4 (girl); Manchester, United Kingdom 1422 posts
15th Jan '13

I really don't know what to suggest, apart from help from a specialist.I really do hope that his behaviour changes and that he gets some help for his and your family's sake.x

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting Safka9973:" We had discussed inpatient previously. But therapy has seemed to help so much. He is a very troubled ... [snip!] ... his teachers know about what happened, as do his bus drivers (one who reported a behavior) and they are keeping an eye on him."


I can't even begin to imagine what you're going through... but I feel like you just can't have it all. Destroy your son or destroy your daughters? Not a fair position to be in, but what other option do you have if after all your efforts he's still acting inappropriate towards them? It sucks because he's so young and it's not his fault but you need to protect your babies.

user banned California 36390 posts
15th Jan '13

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How are your girls.doing? Are theh still scared.of him?

HotMom21ERF Due December 17 (twins); 1 child; Kentucky 20312 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting Meg ♥:" Are your girls in therapy? "


:!::!:

I love Daisy xxxx Due July 4 (girl); Manchester, United Kingdom 1422 posts
15th Jan '13
Quoting Rd.:" No."

Shutup.