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Can a 10 year old have anti social problems?

Can a 10 year old have anti social problems?

I really hope I get a response from my question as i am now fearful of my 10 year old boy. My son has had anti social problems since he was about four years old. It is however possible they started before that but I would explain away by saying he was too young to understand his actions.

What’s the problem with a 10 year old boy?

The problem again is his behavior, he is often aggressive with other children lashing out, resulting in kicks, punches and scratches to the face. He has returned to his old behavior in almost every aspect.

How did I get help for my 10 year old son?

I sought help from a mental health practitioner that helped work with myself and Jamie in and out of the school environment. This really helped and a praise and reward scheme was set up at home and school. Slowly Jamie self confidence was restored and his behavior improved.

Why is my 10 year old having behavioral problems?

That has to impact his current behavioral and mood problems. It may also account for why other kids tease him. On an encouraging level, you sought help from a mental health professional who worked with both you and Jamie and it seems to have been successful. You should keep that in mind.

How old is my son in Year 10?

It’s been six weeks now since the schools returned after the long and somewhat hot summer break, and 12 weeks since I had the conversation with my now 15 year old son about the importance of Year 10. All the while, I was trying not to mention the ‘school’ word as this has the potential to create complete shut down and gets neither of us anywhere!

I really hope I get a response from my question as i am now fearful of my 10 year old boy. My son has had anti social problems since he was about four years old. It is however possible they started before that but I would explain away by saying he was too young to understand his actions.

The problem again is his behavior, he is often aggressive with other children lashing out, resulting in kicks, punches and scratches to the face. He has returned to his old behavior in almost every aspect.

I sought help from a mental health practitioner that helped work with myself and Jamie in and out of the school environment. This really helped and a praise and reward scheme was set up at home and school. Slowly Jamie self confidence was restored and his behavior improved.