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SemiCharmed 2 kids; Oklahoma 12047 posts
17th Jul '13
Quoting Just Ames:" OMFG :lol: 1. Clearly you're a SAHM and do not understand how the working class manage griefs or emergencies. ... [snip!] ... Do you seriously think they need a referral? :lol: You have no clue what you're talking about. So again, just stop trying."


We've had kids set up to be hospitalized before the end of their counseling session. And I live in BFE. Juvie is harder to set up but inpatient just takes that danger level which he clearly has.

TeenTubby 2 kids; 1 angel baby; New Jersey 810 posts
17th Jul '13
Quoting Tiff Pop:" Yes you read right. My five year old son Evan is evil. I don't know what to do. His doctors just recommend ... [snip!] ... bedpan otherwise he tries to run away. Is there ANYONE out there with some type of advice? I am so lost. So alone. So afraid."

As bad as this may sound that is all behavior of someone being a murderer... killing harmless animals is usually a sign of a person being born without a conscious... I suggest you put him away before he actually does what he's saying. It really sounds like a cry for help, I'm so sorry for you and your family but for his own good you should put him in a children's mental hospital, he really sounds like a schizophrenic/ psychopath. It would be for the everyone's well being. Just imagine who he could be 15 years from now...

♀NoBoysAllowed 19 kids; San Diego, California 51862 posts
17th Jul '13
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Dr.Clandestine 1 angel baby; Stockholm, Sweden 1220 posts
17th Jul '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting TeenTubby:</b>" As bad as this may sound that is all behavior of someone being a murderer... killing harmless animals ... [snip!] ... like a schizophrenic/ psychopath. It would be for the everyone's well being. Just imagine who he could be 15 years from now..."</blockquote>




I am a medical professional, I work as a NP.



This is solid advice, they can't diagnose a mental illness at 5, but they can give him the structure you can't give at home and they can educate him there as well. Hopefully they can correct this as well. ECT works for older children with these issues but you need him committed.

Jenny&Boopy Due June 26; 2 kids; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 7397 posts
17th Jul '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♀NoBoysAllowed:</b>" If you can't give your child the care he needs, then other alternatives need to be sought. As sad as it is."</blockquote>



I agree. Like I said before, I just can't jump down her throat without all the facts. Like why wasn't he committed sooner? Were the doctors dragging their feet because of his age or because of trying different meds or what? And like another poster had said, having a kid with those issues can seriously change you. Maybe she was depressed, maybe she wasn't thinking clearly. Who knows.

Squeaky McGee [11 wks] Due May 7; 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 65278 posts
18th Jul '13
Quoting Tiff Pop:" Nothing happened to him. He's had a relatively average life surrounded by people that love him. Even ... [snip!] ... up on my child. And he has officially been diagnosed as schizophrenia NOS, bipolar, and antisocial personality disorder."


They can't diagnose antisocial personality disorder in a child that young, but he definitely needs some help. Especially since he's already injuring animals. That's an early sign of sociopathy and can often progress to the torture/killing of people.



Don't blame yourself for any of this, mama, but he NEEDS help. Some people are just wired this way. You're not abandoning him. That would be the case if you didn't get him the help he needs. I hope he gets help before it's too late.