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yeah, that really was "Sparky's Mom Does the South Side in Chicago"

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I used to help in my children's school. I was told that my youngest son had ADD. They wanted to have him put on medications. Being a nurse I knew instinctively my child was really bright and he was bored. I also knew there were too many children in the classroom for the teacher to deal with a ...

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How old is the child? What is in the toilet? Is the water clean and the toilet flushed? Why would the parent want the child to remove the object?
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Dealing with rebellious child

A mixture of firm discipline, intelligent punishment (according to child's age) and lots of parental love and immediate reward for good behavior.

Are adults who were molisted as a child but dont remember still

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Go to your local "welfare" office and ask to be th in-home caretaker for your son. They should send you to an division called something like: "Seniors and People with Disabilities." Good Luck.