“Positive Parenting” radio show for military families Dear Mr. Dad: My son is approaching the age where we need to have “the talk.” My dad died when I was young, so my own introduction was nothing more than what I could find in books or from friends. I want to give him some guidance but I feel totally confused and embarrassed. What’s […] Armin Brott Dad of three, best-selling author, speaker, nationally syndicated columnist and radio host, Marine Corps vet, spokesperson, and, generally speaking, a pretty nice guy. Website: http://www.dadsoup.com Twitter: mrdad Tweet #fighting4answrs
reviewing case law defining “Least Restrictive Environment”. I guess if I was a lawyer I wouldn’t find it boring. There have been some interesting decisions regarding the topic. More later. Tweet #fighting4answrs
Our psychiatrist blames David’s behaviors and meltdowns on boredom. He gets upset when he gets caught. He throws himself around. yells, pretends to cry. Yet we keep plodding along. we keep searching him and his things to get back the items that he steals. we search him if we take him shopping with us. If something is missing, he is the first one blamed. Today he tried to go with his mentor and I searched him before he left. found two cell phone cords in his pocket. He knows he isn’t supposed to have them. Today I had to give his mentor a list of rules. The mentor situation is tenuous at best, and seems to be constantly changing. Rules for David No technology. David has a history of stealing technology. Technology includes: DSi, Wii, cell phones, Kindle Fire, iPad, iPhone, iPod, any video game console that has Internet access.