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Old 12-09-2010, 08:43 PM   #11
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Hi I can not honestly think of anything that might help. That someone
else hasn't already suggested.

I would like to welcome you to our room though. And let you know we
are here. And that even though you feel alone and at a lost many times
it will get better.

Please talk to the doctor that isn't wanting to add a medicine till you get
the traveling over. I would suggest that you see if maybe they could
give something for these kind of situations.

I definately wouldn't suggest that you put him in the same seat as
your younger child. I would even look into letting the younger child
sit in the back seat if necessary. But I think the older sitting back
there is good. Maybe talk about how cool many kids think it is.

Donna
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Old 03-15-2013, 06:47 PM   #12
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Bless your heart. I am in deep sympathy with you. I just recently found out that my teen has Bipolar II and when I read your post I remember my child doing the very same thing at that age. I hope and pray that you were able to get to the doctor safely. Children displaying these outbursts are loving, smart and such a challenge to us-all at the same time. My daughter would act out at that age and I was completely at a loss. I had no idea what I had done wrong. I know now that I was not at fault and neither was she. You and your husband are wonderful in taking steps to help her and you have my love, prayers and support. I wish I had known or even had someone tell me that she may have the disorder. I could have helped her so much more. It went undiagnosis for ten more years. You are doing beautifully
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