I have a 11yr old stepson who is on way to many meds and I'm divorced from his father but have him whenever I want I've been watching him grow up in a very stressful lifestyle he's on 6 different meds for who knows what and is hoarding food at home getting in trouble at school when I have him he's paranoid he wont hardly eat or sleep he don't wanna leave I can go on forever with what this lil boy has been threw I have been told by the mother that she has condsidered letting me have him and I'm so ready to say yes! Please help Thank you
I agree. This child sounds like he could use some stability and you can provide that. I would of course have counseling ready to go for him. Good luck and hope he finds a safe home with you where he can overcome these issues.
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