My son is nine years olld and he is behaven very strande. He lokes to play with fire and talk to him self a lot. He asked questions to him self and answer them afterwards him self. Every talking goes like that like he is saying it to someone and them reply on it.Today he beat aparrot to death. He always come up witha lie dor his acts od doing.
Please let me know what i can do or what treatment i have to seek for him
I think if he talks to him it might be a sign of feeling lonely,is he always alone??
If he plays with fire try to keep away all stuff he might reach to make a fire
Ask him about who is he talking to???try to be calm to know what really goes on inside him ,if he continues like that I suggest he might need a medical care u can take him to a specialist to consult his case the earlier u treat him the better the results are .
Hope he gets better
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