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I keep saying things are turning around but my kid is getting worse and so am I.
I just want it all to stop
I’m drinking more often to cope. I wish I knew why my child is so violent and scary. I can’t handle this.
I wish I could give the toddler up for adoption and erase my memories. Oh well. Life doesn’t work out sometimes. I was so stupid to think I’d be one of those rare people whose lives get easier. It’s fine. It’s fine. It’s fine. It’s fine. Life happens. It’s okay. I’m okay. I’m okay. I’ll justify it enough and maybe I’ll be okay. It’s fine. I’m fine. It’s okay.
It’s ok
It’s okay. All fine. Everyone gets twists in their lives. Everybody has to accept the way the world works at some point

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  • Is there anyone that you can reach out to for some guidance with your kid? Anyone at all? If not a friend or family member, maybe a professional or support group? I do not have kids, but I want to believe that there are resources for parents struggling with violent and scary behaviour from their kids. I hope that there is some help out there for you. And I hope that you reach out for it. Life is unfair and shitty at times, but not always. Please have hope that things will get better until you’ve exhausted all of your options. Hang tight OP!

    Anonymous November 20, 2018 1:12 am Reply
    • Thank you. I keep calling but there aren’t any programs I can find. Wait lists to see pediatric therapists are 3+ months long and going to the hospital only results in being told kids have tantrums and to get over it. No family or friends. Been trying to make friends for over a year because my old friends stopped talking to me after settling down. Support groups and parent groups consist of rich urbanites talking about how the kid their nannies take care of cramps their style. Sometimes it’s moms with their pumpkin spice lattes competing with each other over Christmas decorations and quietly judging each other over the kids behavior.
      Either way I don’t belong.
      Parents of abnormal kids are seen as taboo and shunned in our society. Keep that in mind the next time you see a kid freaking out in public. Watch the way people look at the parents.
      I’ll keep trying to make this work but I’ve pretty much called every number possible.

      Anonymous November 20, 2018 6:06 am Reply
  • Your child sounds like a perfect candidate for Ritalin. It’s not just for ADHD anymore.

    Anonymous November 21, 2018 2:04 am Reply
    • Too young.

      Anonymous November 21, 2018 6:00 am Reply

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