am having the same problem he also is an excellent student. he has alot of insecurities I have noticed because his father hasnt been there and is barely learning to disapline and stand up for me when the kids back talk. my step son stopped for a while and recently started pooping on him self again just told me that he doesnt know why he does this. We have taken him to counseling, doctors and they told us that his colon is a very complexed musle and for some reason isnt telling his brain that his colon is full until it is too late the dirrhea is the supstance that ecapes around the big poop and thats why they mess on his underwear. i know it hard at times i lose my temper and dont know what to do but be stronge and hang in there I do it because i dont want my step son to come home sad and crying because all the kids pick on him we can only do so much.View Thread
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