If he is not, that would be his choice and not a problem. If however, he doesn't have friends, isn't engaged in anything, and doesn't want to go to school, we have to consider whether he is depressed.
But mainly you should do what feels right to you, because you have lived a life and you know what people need in order to feel loved and nourished.
Kim from Franklin, IN, writes: Do they think he is withdrawn and depressed. He is certainly very active, although not aggressive, and he does have real trouble focusing on schoolwork.
And then there was the handful of us who were going to public school. What do I need to do have the attention and actions taken seriously the first time I ask.
You may need some help. I was shoved into a group of people who had been friends since they were in kindergarten. Hope that helps I think the social bit is over rated. This breaks him down every time. His reading teacher talked to the special-ed group at the school.
Go with him and tell the therapist how worried you are about the way your son's behavior has changed since the divorce. Dear Janet, This is a huge and important topic and one that I cannot address in a couple of paragraphs. I am getting prepared to home school him.
It all does not seem to matter to him. Another really good way to get hooked into a peer group is to sign up for an athletic team. All kids have to do sports, all year. Do you think that childhood play leads to violence.
The best intervention for tantrums, rage, and meltdowns is prevention. My parents urged me to continue in band, join clubs, etc.
If he can get involved with something that interests him, like animals, maybe it would open his mind to other things a little. Not even the ones that he socializes with at school. Wear him out with physical activity in a setting where he cannot get in trouble.
I am worried that my beautiful niece will grow into adulthood thinking change is not necessary and never learning to TRY and get over her fears. Perhaps your mother-in-law might have some ideas.
They fight being labeled as "sick" because it makes them feel as if they have failed, or lost control. Although non-Aspergers kids may recognize and react to the potential for behavioral outbursts early in the cycle, many kids and teenagers with Aspergers often endure the entire cycle, unaware that they are under stress i.
I apologize for failing to complete the assignment and understand that regardless of my circumstances I am still at fault. That said, this particular assignment grade will definitely skew my grade average for your class (if it's just going to lower your grade)/ prevent me from passing your class.
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