My son has been a mommy's boy since the day he was born. For the last 1 1/2 years, my husband's mother has stated numerous times that he is a sissy boy and that he should be potty trained. My son has a sensory disorder and when he is upset, he is incapable of calming himself. His theapist is using pictures in order for us to understand what he needs. When I told my mother-in-law about this, she said that the pictures were replacing his ability to talk. That wasn't the idea, the pictures were to help him not to get frustrated because no one knows what my son wants/needs. Any suggestions????????
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