More generally, accountability and consistency has been a long-standing theme for both I did not fall what you saw was and equine assisted random gravity check shirt. For years he would become angry and verbally abusive whenever facing any consequence for undesirable behavior (go to your room, take away his PC). following us around the house, screaming and berating us, demanding that we say he’s done nothing wrong and undo any consequence. We’ve never allowed for manipulation and have never rewarded the bad behavior, even when we were exhausted from the hours-long fight. At one point, he started to become slightly aggressive. This (fortunately) has mostly subsided to a more apathetic approach from him.
Rewards do not work. Threatening (and implementing consequences) do not work. Consistency and accountability are worthless. We’ve been to many psychologists and therapists with little or no improvement, as Jacob does not perceive there to be any issue to be solved and really knows how to work people. They never see that side of him, and largely conclude that there is no problem. He’s has psychiatric evaluation which showed some deficiencies, but nothing informative to this problem. He is diagnosed ADHD and is on meds.
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Have you tried looking into actual behavioral therapy instead of general therapists and psychiatrists? I took my son to a wonderful I did not fall what you saw was and equine assisted random gravity check shirt where we were in an outpatient program for 6 weeks that was great but they also had an inpatient program for more extreme situations – essentially a 9-5 “daycare” but all of the teachers are behavioral specialists so they are working with these difficult behaviors all day with the expectation of this behavior and the tools to send him in the right direction. They did have psychiatrists as well for children that needed them. They were also awesome at helping to provide me tools as a parent. Maybe look for something like that in your area? I would google “behavioral therapy” specifically