I really can't explain how I felt when this week my grandson had a bad melt down. The first of its kind in 6 months. My sons automoblie battery was dead,We went to his job to charge the battery and had our grandson with us. Well, on the way home he wanted to get out of his seat belt and was he really screaming . Then he started to hit his head and screamed I can't help me. I was trying to soothe him down, but things got so out of control i pulled off the road. At this time he was on the floor of the car.I huged him and kissed him telling him I love him and understand he is having a bad time and I know it is hard on him with everything that has been going on between his mom & dad.After i counted to ten while I was loving on him and repeating clam, relax he did get control of himself.After that i told him when he feels like that again to just let mamaw know and I will help him regain control.What i think triggered this was he has ajusted himself to his mom lives with her boyfriend and goes there for sleep overs when she get visition with him. Then he goes to his home and daddy home. Well, she went in the house for the first time in 6 months to get the remaining of her stuff I really think he thought she was invanding his safe haven.
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