sometimes i feel like we have made great advancements dealing with our sons problem areas. we have four very active kids all hyper one with ADHD one with aspergers and one just plain obstinate. sometimes i think ive really begun to have them under control, but then i wonder if i just havent become an expert in avoidance tactics. like say never going out in public places on my own with all the kids and no other adults. any body else feel that theyve made significant changes to their lifestyles because of the unique challenges your children present. i mean theres only so many times a person can lose a kid or two in wal-mart and still subject themselves to the same punishment day in and day out. things do seem better now that the kids are 4, 5, 9, and 11, vs 2, 3, 6, and 8. but the psychological damage has already been done better or not. during the hours my husband is at work i am a virtual recluse. it just seems overwhelming to handle them all at once even with my husband along. these kids barely know what the inside of Mcdonalds looks like. the drive through is our friend:)
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