He is 7 and a triplet. When his brothers or other kids get him frustrated he says terrible things like "I hate you" and "I want to kill you." When he says this in school it must immediately be reported to the principal. I know he has trouble with social interaction but this is something that worries me much more than that. I am afraid that someday he may impulsively act on these thoughts. He will be starting medication soon but I do not think it will stop him from thinking these things. I don't think he really means it but other kids do not know that. It is probably very frightening to other children. We keep telling him it's not OK to say such things but that doesn't stop him. He has been seeing a therapist. The child study team at school has just finished their evaluation and will be starting special ed soon. In the mean time I don't know how to get him stop saying these things. But mostly I am concerned that he may actually mean what he says and hurt someone.
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