i know i'm just a grandparent but,my son and daughter in law lived with my husband and i for 7yrs.we helped raise my granddaughter who is 6 and nicky 4 who has autism. they bought a house across the street from us so we could help them . i'm very aware of the problems all you brave mothers are going through. it breaks my heart to hear your sufferings because it's what my children are going through. anyways,when nicky was living here [they moved out 6 months ago] he had some melt downs but,not as many as he has now. he has become very agressive too.last week i brought him over and he scratched my face 3 times and head butted me so hard i thought he broke my jaw.i was just holding him. he wasn't even mad. is this normal? they are getting a behavior specialist in their home soon.is it his age along with the autism?i sure could use some help.
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