I had a nail tech and she was doing my nails and we were talking about our sons and she said that her son was acting out and her son made her cry and come to find out it was from testosterone and later on he was good to herView Thread
My son will be 12 years old tomorrow and he bullies me he makes me cry and is really mean to me im in pain and he knows it i am getting surgery september 25th i dont know what to do he doesnt act out in school or doesnt bully kids at school he has good grades he is just mean to me and his sister and sometimes his dad I think he is bipolar cause sometimes he is nice and most of the time he is mean but he is really bad toward me gl and i hope we find a solution together unless u already didView Thread
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