Sorry, I hadn't updated yet, but I have spent a lot of time on the road. It's 74 miles from the hospital to my home. He can have visitors from 2-3 and 6:30-8pm so I have been driving to the town that the hospital is in and then staying until the last visiting time. He is doing well. His spirits have been lifted and he feels and looks like a kid at Christmas that just got everything he ever wanted. This is mostly because he is getting what he wants. The psychiatrist and the social worker are not allowing himto visit his father for a while. This is what son really has wanted all along. Also, the meds they have switched him to are beginning to take effect in part. He is enjoying the freedom of anxiety while he is there because he knows that while he is there he is safe from his father. I am so thankful that things are going so well for him (Praise God). My woory now comes in two forms. can he maintain this brightened spirit when we return to the town in which we live when his father takes up stalking us when we return home? and What will happen to my daughter who has to go these visits without a protector? We (the therapist, the pediatrician, the psych evaluator, my pastor, and myself) suspect sexual abuse but until she talks about it, there is no way to help her. So GREAT news, but still some concern. Thank you for all of the prayers and support. Love in Christ
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