my 8 year old son was diagnosed with aspergers syndrome and we have numerous problems to work through but one at a time will have to do. every day is a constant battle with him, everything an argument. if he is told no in any form, even if hes told yes but later he tries to bargain, says you promised when no such promise was made, accuses me of lying anything he thinks will work he cant just take no for an answer no matter what reason he is given or how many times i already said yes to him. how do i make him understand that no means no? how do i get him to accept that later is an option?how do i get him to just drop it after he gets an answer?
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