My stepson is 7 and diagnosed with ADHD. I wonder if sometimes he might be a little Asbergers too. Or maybe he is acting like any other kid who is part of a split family. He is very high energy around groups of kids or in very crouded places. He interups all the time. He involves himself in conversations he knows nothing about or is clearly not invited to. He speakes over his teacher in school. He is obsessed with schedules, plans, and routines. He tries to take over when he thinks the adults or parents are doing their job right, acording to him. He is completely potty trained, but has a bedwetting problem, which is completely acceptable exceptable except that he sits in it, fully urine soaked, all morning so he doesn't have to get up to use the bathroom. Kids can't stand his bossyness. It is always his way or no way. Doesn't take others feelings into consideration ever, it's always about him unless forced. Seems very slow to catch on to what is acceptable behavior for a given situation and what is not or out of control. Doesn't act his age, either too old-taking on adult responsibilities and worries, or too young-resorting to juvinile (2 year old) logic and people skills. Has a major competitive obsession with who is better at everything, me or his mom. And also the same competition between him and my son.
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