my son was dx with conduct disorder and all moset kiked out of school and they said that he was emotionaly destrebed and i was hart broken i asked for the school to test him and tihs is what they say about him shocked and angry and hurt and feeling gulity WHAT DID ido OR NOT DO to make my child this way ???? as they were runing thease test on him a pis theripist tested him and was suprised to find that he had sensory processing disorder and asked me to get the book the out of sync child by carol stock kranowitz,ma and as i started to read this book and realy look at my child i found that i was WRONG and i think they wer wrong as i work with my son he is better and not so angry and he doesen get in as much troubel he is acutuly happy that i under stand him better so what i'm saying is when you talk to YOUR DR some things that you think are un important just might be like how ther close fit socks and shirts and pants and fabrics whering a jacket in summer when theyr not at home or back pack balince like bike riding and skating ball bouncing and walking and spaces the moore open the more hyper they get and a lot of people make them feel angry or scared???? ask your dr and watch your child what makes them angry how are they feeling in every enviroment hope this helps
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