I had an upsetting experience yesterday. My 12-year-old Aspie son and I got in an altercation that turned physical, and he slapped me. Afterwards he was very apologetic, told me how sorry he was, and tried to be especially cooperative the rest of the day. But then when I asked him to get ready for bed and was a bit too pushy in his opinion, he slapped me again. I was so upset, I don't remember this happening before, certainly not twice in one day, and my husband was furious. I want to impress on him that he should never hit a woman, no matter how angry he is (and he can get very angry). I've tried to explain this too him - I feel that he needs some real punishment, but I don't know what. I don't want him to grow into an abusive husband. He has a tendency to lash out, usually with his younger brother, not with me.
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