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WestCountryLass Tue 03-May-05 21:12:24

Oh

WestCountryLass Tue 03-May-05 21:12:36

My

WestCountryLass Tue 03-May-05 21:12:46

God

vickiyumyum Tue 03-May-05 21:13:07

LOL know what you mean

Aimsmum Tue 03-May-05 21:19:20

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expatinscotland Tue 03-May-05 21:20:12

his poor wee sister!

TwoIfBySea Tue 03-May-05 21:20:37

This is awful, this boy should be locked up with the mother alongside him.

His poor sister, I feel so sorry for her getting thumped like that.

emily05 Tue 03-May-05 21:22:39

surely this is not a safe environment?? I cant believe it, If I were social services I would have that young girl taken out of that home. When he picked up the knife my blood ran cold

rickman Tue 03-May-05 21:22:43

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Gobbledigook Tue 03-May-05 21:37:45

My jaw was on the floor.

NO WAY, would I have got anywhere close to behaving like that in my house. Obvious he has some sort of disorder - ADHD or ADD.

Gobbledigook Tue 03-May-05 21:39:20

Just to say, obviously children with ADHD don't often go around behaving like this boy but I just mean I could tell it was more than 'bad behaviour' - done a lot of work on ADHD.

expatinscotland Tue 03-May-05 21:42:46

The mum is just as bad. That wee girl should be removed from that environment.

noddyholder Wed 04-May-05 15:24:13

I am not very up on adhd and other special needs and watched this with interest and was shocked tbh.Sometimes i read the special needs threads to try and educate myself a bit but honestly never realised ythat this is what some of you go through I am truly shocked at this bot and agree his little sister seemed so disturbed

spacedonkey Wed 04-May-05 17:41:22

What a shocking but brilliant programme. I could not believe the improvement in Ben's behaviour over the months. Has this bloke written a book?

Blu Wed 04-May-05 18:03:33

I was really shocked that after a ADD dx and all that violence (they said he had been involved in a fight with neighbouring boy that had resulted in police etc) and 8 months off school, all the official help on offer was a once-a-term-visit from the woman who sat on the sofa and talked him through a questionnaire!

Since such huge changes CAN take place with the right support, shouldn't parents / young people be given 'preventative support' like Warwick before it costs them their whole family stability and the state a heap of expensive bills, one way and another?

Did anyone else think it was irresponsible to let 13 year-old boys have such a massive bonfire in an enclosed space next to a wooden fence and house?? The flames were huge!

Could have cried for poor Tilly.

spacedonkey Tue 10-May-05 17:23:43

I just looked at warwick dyer's website and you can hire him for less than two grand. Bargain!

WestCountryLass Tue 10-May-05 21:51:49

Got to be woprth the money if you kids are litle boogers like these ones tonight.

I can't believe the language they are using at their Mum and I feel so sorry for the stepdad, he should must be a saint taking them on (I would have run away screaming).

WestCountryLass Tue 17-May-05 21:36:37

Sitting here feeling so sad for her kids * tears *

WestCountryLass Tue 17-May-05 21:36:38

Sitting here feeling so sad for her kids * tears *

rickman Tue 17-May-05 21:40:01

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happymerryberries Tue 17-May-05 21:45:27

What I can never understand is why people have big families when they are obviously having so many probelms with the first ones?

I realise that accidents can happen, but do you think it because they think, 'this time I'll get it right'?

rickman Tue 17-May-05 21:49:03

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happymerryberries Tue 17-May-05 21:54:42

The whole thing is just so hard isn't it? It seems as if as soon as the placenta hits the bucket the guilt and worry kick in.

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