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    We can't say what is going on. Only a medical professional can! Get your kid medical help now! If you are unsure how to go about his see your GP.

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    This sounds pretty typical of the kids I work with (children who've suffered abuse and neglect). If your son already sees a psych or other similar professional, I'd be onto them ASAP. If not, see someone now.
    In the meantime, do you have anything that locks? Tool/tackle box, safe etc.? I'd be storing all sharp objects in there, and also keeping things like open tins, glass etc. out of sight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by serendipity22 View Post

    What is going on?
    Really?
    I've just had a 5 minute read through your post history, and I can clearly tell what's going on.
    Do your children receive intensive psychological therapy for their abusive upbringing?

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    Please keep your family safe by seeking immediate help.

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    I would lock all the knives away

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    Sweet Jesus, Serendipity! I've just read your post history too.
    Are you actually going to do anything about this or is this another attempt to get attention?

    Get that child some medical help. Now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Tickle View Post
    Sweet Jesus, Serendipity! I've just read your post history too.
    Are you actually going to do anything about this or is this another attempt to get attention?

    Get that child some medical help. Now.
    Same...ditto everything.

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    Your son needs urgent assessment by your local CAMHS and both need counselling. Everyone has sat on their hands for years not acting for these kids. You need to step up and advocate for them.

    Do you now have legal custody? I remember your threads from years ago, it's a shame you haven't taken them until 3 months ago
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    Default Disturbing incident

    I'm extremely concerned about the welfare of your children. I hope that you all receive serious help if your posts are factual.

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    From looking at your previous posts I'd say it's extremely unsurprising your son is going through this. By the looks of it, going by what they've witnessed in their short lives is this kind of behaviour really that unexpected??
    You need to take him to a psychologist urgently.


 

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