I am the proud mommie of a almost 4 year old boy. He has insane anger for such a little kid. If you tell him something that he doesn't want to hear or do, its a war zone and you better take cover, if he can hit you he will or throw things, scream, hit himself, he has even banged his head off the walls and floor. Everything has to be his way and also he has to know about things before they happen or he is not going to do it. I have to prepare him to even go to his grandpas house. I don't know if this is normal toddler behavior, this is my only child, and his doctor has already stated that he has adhd.
If anyone has any suggestions would greatly be appreciated or anywhere to research more. Thanks!View Thread
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