My 9yr old has pretty much been in therapy for 2yrs. He is still having issues which he will the rest of his life..However, I cant stress enough how much we have done to try to make him better. I am just worried that no matter what we do he will not completely get the full help he needs. He seems to be doing well for awhile, but then physically hurts his siblings or purposely is aggressive and not remorseful..A little background...he was abused from age 3 or so till 6yrs..caught it, put the man in prison and had him in intense therapy since. We recently placed him in a family members home to protect his younger siblings and are awaiting his homecoming, but everytime we think he is close something else comes out..This is just been the hardest time in our life and want the best for our son..we miss him. Does anyone have any advice or been thru this before..Is there anyone who has a son who this has happened to as a child and with therapy and love overcame it all and is living normally now as an adult...I sure could use the encouragement..thanks
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