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Teen With ASD

SandyLou Member Posts: 5
Please!!  - I really need some help. 
My son is 17 and 6ft tall and a big fella. I am having trouble with his anger problems, we attended counselling years ago but it didn't seem to help. He really does have no acceptance for his younger brother and is convinced he is patronising him all the time. Last night he had his younger brother in a headlock and there was nothing I could do about it. 
I have tried to explain this behaviour is not acceptable and the police will be involved because someone will get hurt.



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