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It seems as though the school and your daughter have been working together in an attempt to solve the problem Now other actions need to be taken. It seems as though your grandson is having an internal conflict with his feelings which are being manifested through inappropriate behavior. All of the actions that you have already tried at school have obviously been unsuccessful since his behavior has gotten worse. What I would ultimately suggest is that your daughter take your son to see a counselor or a psychologist so that she and he can learn coping strategies and intervention techniques. If your daughter has health insurance, contact the customer service representatives and they can steer you in the right direction. Your son also may need to take some feelings management class which most health care facilities offer for children as well as for adults. Nonetheless, you and your daughter must get a firm hold on this behavior while he is still young before it spirals out of control. Your son also must learn appropriate coping techniques which must be taught such as through role playing and other child friendly games. Your son has some serious issues at school and some difficult issues of not having his dad around. He needs to develop a greater and positive sense of self worth. Please take the necessary actions for the overall positive mental and emotional health of your grandson.
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