We were told our 4 yr old may have AS.Everything I'm about to write is the absolute truth.At 6mths old he would turn a news paper with no pics where the words were right.I dont know exactly when he started reading but I noticed him reading the guide on the cable box at 2 1/2.He now reads my 6th graders reading books.He knows his abc's,shapes,numbers,letters,can count to 20.He can do anything on the comp. he sets his own background and profile on the computer.Now the troubling part hes not potty trained,he doesnt really know how to play like a normal child,he has fits that are uncontrollable,he hits bites pinches.We have tried everything,timeout,taking stuff away,spanking,nothing works.So my question is what do we do?Is there anyway to halfway controll this?He is the most loving child but will not say I love you.
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