My 12 year old grandson has to be the messiest kid on earth! You have to enter his room at your own risk and forget finding anything that might me lost in it, like a school id tag. He couldn't find it, for the second time in two weeks...I had to end up buying a new one and now that one is lost. I am at my wits end with him...he just doesn't seem to care about anything but playing and having a good time. He has been diagnosed with ADHD and so has his older brother, but he is neat and responsible for his stuff....I lost it this morning and told the youngest grandson that he was going to clean his room up and it was going to stay clean. I told him that we don't live like that, we respect and are responsible for the property we have by taking care of it. I love him but he is pushing me to edge with his total lack of respect and responsibility....any suggestions out there to help in getting him to develope respect for our home and his things and responsibility for them?
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