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Old 07-31-2006, 09:09 AM
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Unhappy 6 year old trouble

I dont know how to make this short and sweet becuase it wouldnt even cover everything.

I have tried everything from the reward system to grounded to the bed.

My 6 year old is NOT ADHD or ADD he has already been to the doctor and shrink. He has been kicked out of preschool, suspended from K for 1 day. He has been caught stealing, he takes off on his bike where he is not allowed to go, he hits his sisters (even after being told to come to me when there is a problem) and pretty much refused to do his school work.

I can explain more detailed but from this does anyone have any ideas I can try (if I already haven't!)

Thanks, Nicole
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Old 07-31-2006, 12:42 PM
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Default Sounds Like One Angry Child

WHATS THE HOME SITUATION(IE WHERES DAD?)?HOW OLD IS HIS SISTER?WHEN DID THIS BEHAVIOUR START?
YOU CAN EMAIL ME PRIVATLY IF YOU WISH,I'M NOT AN EXPERT BUT I HAVE A 14 YEAR OLD SON AND RUN A HOME DAYCARE .
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Old 07-31-2006, 03:56 PM
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I don't know how you feel about this but on other boards that I have visited parents have actually went into their child's room with a garbage bag and got rid of all their toys and took out any electronic equipment.
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Old 07-31-2006, 07:26 PM
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I don't know how you feel about this but on other boards that I have visited parents have actually went into their child's room with a garbage bag and got rid of all their toys and took out any electronic equipment.
Well there is nothing in his room but the bed and dresser....

Thanks for the idea tho...I swear I have tried it all! LOL
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Old 08-03-2006, 08:18 AM
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what does the Dr. say? we are on a waiting list to go to a behavioral specialist. We requested that are child be tested for autism. There are forms of autism that are similar to ADHD. --- just a thought because i'm sure no expert. My kids couldn't care less if i bag all their toys up. been there, done that
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Old 08-03-2006, 10:04 AM
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Default Friendly advice

I too have a six year old son and have learned when he acts out a lot of time it is because he is lacking something (usually my attention). I know all children are different and I am no expert by far, but I have learned by me having a "special day" with my son that it sometimes helps a little when he goes through an episode of "acting out". I too have tried taking away all of the toys etc. and the has not helped. I have learned that sometimes a big hug and I love you, what's going on with you today goes a long way. I try to make him work and look forward to something he likes to do. Even if it is an extra 15 minutes at the playground. Good luck and God Bless.
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Old 08-03-2006, 01:19 PM
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what does the Dr. say? we are on a waiting list to go to a behavioral specialist. We requested that are child be tested for autism. There are forms of autism that are similar to ADHD. --- just a thought because i'm sure no expert. My kids couldn't care less if i bag all their toys up. been there, done that
Doesn't phase my kids when I do that either.

The doc doesn't tell me anything. It so irriates me when the counselor tells me "why do you think he is doing this?" Grrrrrrrrr If I knew does she really think I would be there?
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