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I think my son has a germ phobia, but he, his mother, his brother, and his sisters don’t agree with me. My son washes his hands about 20 times a day, he showers for over an hour. This is just … Continue reading
My twelve-year-old son is in his first year of Junior High School. He has had a bit of a rough time settling into the new school, quite a change from elementary. He is a wonderful son, caring, compassionate, and loving. … Continue reading
My ten-year-old son was accepted into a day hospital mental health program. His grandparents are making it hard for people to understand that this is the best option for him. How do we explain to our family that what we … Continue reading
My two-and-a-half-year-old son lost his father tragically almost four months ago. He slipped backwards about six months. My biggest concern is his inability to listen to rules or follow directions. I feel that this is a way to get my … Continue reading
My 16-year-old son has ADHD and we are experiencing severe behavioural problems at home. I am constantly told of wait lists or people don’t call me back, what can I do to speed up the process to get him the health care … Continue reading
My seven-year-old son has frequent tantrums or blow outs as we call them. For instance when he gets in trouble at school he comes home and has a blow out, which most always includes him hurting either me(his mom) or … Continue reading
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