So after last night with Eriks dad having yet another tantrum, and I reallly mean tantrum about Erik being in our bed ( as per normal )again, Im starting to wonder, is this life getting to him. His name is shane by the way ( eriks dad ). Years ago when erik was having fever after fever 106.0 and higher along with seizure after seizure, shane turned to drinking, he started not coming home, life became just so horrible with him behaving this way when all i could do is focus on erik. Needless to say we split up for 15 months. Shane is a good guy and he dont turn to alcohol anymore, so im really not bashing him, im just so worried that he cant handle our son being this way, having to cope everyday and struggle everyday. When I do talk to him about our life here , he listens and always seems to be very supportive for our son. I just dont understand where this sudden explosion of anger, upset comes from , from shane. When erik is meltingdown, shane just walks away, i watch him just walk away from our son many times over several different things ( dont get me wrong, im glad he walks away instead of making things worse) but it breaks my heart to see erik seeing his dads back.......how do u talk to a person who obviously is not coping well with his child who has aspergers? Shane claims he is coping and does accept this. Erik said to me last night after his dad left our bedroom to go to the couch, erik said" is dad mad cause I need to be with you mommy? I cant help it mommy , im scared". ........erik can not sleep without pressure from someones body, he clings tightly to me or ( at times , rare but does happen) his dad. He puts his legs and arms snug under my body , then he will fall asleep. I feel so bad for erik and shane :(
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