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Old 08-23-2013, 12:22 PM   #27951
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Lol. I'm laughing. I'm a member of "Dads demand action for gun rights in America". They go after these moms pretty hardcore.

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That Ice race looked fun as hell Viking , lots of pissed off rod bearings though .

OK , little bit of a family issue going on that I have kept off the records for a while now . THEE only thing known to man kind that is 2 times faster than the speed of light is ..... my sons temper , that lil bastard is TOUGH .
Mind you , they are twins , 2 months premature , a bit small but other wise perfectly fine .
Daughter is ok , my son ........ goes from happiest kid in the world to satans worst enemy instantaneously , if he is not holding something he can throw , he will find something , if he cant he will bite himself , bite something , or hit something , spank his ass or put him in time out and you just made it 10x worse.
Only thing I can do to help is to pin his little ass down in a full body lock down and get right in his face .
He went for testing yesterday and he has ADHD and of course temper issues .
They recomened a state case worker which I nipped right then and there , no one from the gov is or will ever get involved with my kids or family , NEVER.
Now the place of course , was liberal as hell but now he goes back to the DR for med on the adhd and I guess go from there .

Now , I use to have a terrible temper , not so much any more but I was slow to get to it , My wife was very very quick to temper and put the 2 together and its not good .
Both are the sweetest kids and HE never really acts up at school or Gma's but at home or around us he is hell .
I just dont understand it .
What sets him off is when we tell him to do or not to do something or deny him something .
Nothing but pinning him down seems to work

Any one else with kids that have tempers ?
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Old 08-23-2013, 04:23 PM   #27953
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Mine did. He has since gotten over it for the most part. But there's been major freaking changes in the last year and a half too.
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That Ice race looked fun as hell Viking , lots of pissed off rod bearings though .

OK , little bit of a family issue going on that I have kept off the records for a while now . THEE only thing known to man kind that is 2 times faster than the speed of light is ..... my sons temper , that lil bastard is TOUGH .
Mind you , they are twins , 2 months premature , a bit small but other wise perfectly fine .
Daughter is ok , my son ........ goes from happiest kid in the world to satans worst enemy instantaneously , if he is not holding something he can throw , he will find something , if he cant he will bite himself , bite something , or hit something , spank his ass or put him in time out and you just made it 10x worse.
Only thing I can do to help is to pin his little ass down in a full body lock down and get right in his face .
He went for testing yesterday and he has ADHD and of course temper issues .
They recomened a state case worker which I nipped right then and there , no one from the gov is or will ever get involved with my kids or family , NEVER.
Now the place of course , was liberal as hell but now he goes back to the DR for med on the adhd and I guess go from there .

Now , I use to have a terrible temper , not so much any more but I was slow to get to it , My wife was very very quick to temper and put the 2 together and its not good .
Both are the sweetest kids and HE never really acts up at school or Gma's but at home or around us he is hell .
I just dont understand it .
What sets him off is when we tell him to do or not to do something or deny him something .
Nothing but pinning him down seems to work

Any one else with kids that have tempers ?
Marine: if you want to PM me, I was a Special Ed. HS Teacher and Asst. Dean. I specialized in "Crisis Management" if you think that would help you & your son...
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Old 08-23-2013, 07:08 PM   #27955
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That Ice race looked fun as hell Viking , lots of pissed off rod bearings though .

OK , little bit of a family issue going on that I have kept off the records for a while now . THEE only thing known to man kind that is 2 times faster than the speed of light is ..... my sons temper , that lil bastard is TOUGH .
Mind you , they are twins , 2 months premature , a bit small but other wise perfectly fine .
Daughter is ok , my son ........ goes from happiest kid in the world to satans worst enemy instantaneously , if he is not holding something he can throw , he will find something , if he cant he will bite himself , bite something , or hit something , spank his ass or put him in time out and you just made it 10x worse.
Only thing I can do to help is to pin his little ass down in a full body lock down and get right in his face .
He went for testing yesterday and he has ADHD and of course temper issues .
They recomened a state case worker which I nipped right then and there , no one from the gov is or will ever get involved with my kids or family , NEVER.
Now the place of course , was liberal as hell but now he goes back to the DR for med on the adhd and I guess go from there .

Now , I use to have a terrible temper , not so much any more but I was slow to get to it , My wife was very very quick to temper and put the 2 together and its not good .
Both are the sweetest kids and HE never really acts up at school or Gma's but at home or around us he is hell .
I just dont understand it .
What sets him off is when we tell him to do or not to do something or deny him something .
Nothing but pinning him down seems to work

Any one else with kids that have tempers ?
I think pinning him down might be a good idea but I would do it calmly and not yell at him. Just hold him until he stops having a fit then let him back up. I'm no expert but I was a one on one aid in a preschool special ed program and the teacher was BRILLIANT with the kids. I learned so much about child development from her. There was one child who had anger management issues. She would sit on the floor cross legged, sit him in her lap and wrap her arms around him until he calmed down. Chest compression (ie hugs) have a very calming effect.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hug_machine

Also Google "Temple Grandin". She is autistic yet very functional and BRILLIANT.

http://templegrandin.com/

She also loves animals and is consulted by many farms and slaughter houses to design chutes and corrals that offer calming effect on animals. I'm telling you, she is a bright, shining star in this world. I greatly admire her.
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Mines on meds to, my son. Most of my family has it. My gramps used to call it the run away brain it never stops. Mines not very angry though he has his times but I can get just as angry he dosnt go there with me around. The meds do help some, calms him enough to sit in a chair all day and make it through class.

Good luck with this an relize they may have to up his meds or change them before its right for him. It may get pretty nutz before it gets better.
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http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc-blogs/helmet-cam-captures-motorcyclists-collision-black-bear-143240848.html?vp=1

And this is when you slide better with the fancy motorcycle jacket and gloves. I hope the guy heals up and goes back to kill that sombitch bear.
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Oh wow, who'da thunk it? Hugs are good for kids?

Mine's not a very affectionate kid, but he never is after spending time with his mom.
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Hugs always weirded me out; people smelled funny. I had a bunch of hippy friends for a while and had to get over the anti-hug thing; something is just off when a cute hippy chick hugs you and you are tickled by the pit hair. Bra-lessness does NOT make up for pit hair on a chick.
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Hugs always weirded me out; people smelled funny. I had a bunch of hippy friends for a while and had to get over the anti-hug thing; something is just off when a cute hippy chick hugs you and you are tickled by the pit hair. Bra-lessness does NOT make up for pit hair on a chick.
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