My son has some impulse issues but is 13 and has developed a trmeendoues amount of self control. TOday he became angry and began swinging a baseball bat and rocks at his brother. My husband intervened and sent him to his room with restriction and privilidges taken away. We made him believe it was very serious that his brother could have died and made him sign a contract that if he so much as picks up another rock to throw it that police intervention will be involved. Ths may sound severe but his birth father was incarcerated I have NEVER BEEN ....I have adhd and keep my hand to myself. I understand consequences. I dont want him to end up being a child abuser like his father. He is in counseling...His drama to my contract made my husband put him in the car and drive towards the police station to complete an incident report. He wont go there but this kid needs a reality check and lieing doesnt fly to save your butt. He will be reading a book about stress and anger management. Im just waiting now for them to come back home, too much drama...but we want them to be good kids. And they never get into trouble in school so instinct felt that this wasnt too serious or too minor. He is lucky he didnt hit my son.
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