My son has an imagination I think some would pay to have. However, it has caused issues. Sometimes I feel crazy. I have to tell him I am in the real world and he if he is going to be with me he has to come out of his imaginary world. The teacher does the same and it is working. My father told him one time he was in this world and he grew very angry, but he reached him. I can transition him out but does this ever end? Is this an age thing that he will grow out of?
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