Acknowledge, Accept, Empower and Heal.

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  9. I have two children.  They are 10 and 6.  My six year old boy has some issues with his temper and impulse control.  I have asked my ex to help me in the discipline department, because let’s face it, not many kids are afraid of the Mom’s of this world.
  11. For those of you that don’t ask the other parent for help, it’s called co-parenting.  You ask for help when you need the help, because after all, you share children and always will.  Recently I sent my ex an email asking for help.
  13. I am not going to show the whole email, just pieces of it that pertain to co-parenting.  The point of this exercise is to show you that you need to ask, no matter what the outcome.
  15. This is not the first time I have asked you to speak to him about his lack of control. I am asking you to talk to him to see if you can figure out why he is having impulsive anger issues.  I am willing to take your lead and handle him the way you deem best to get this under control, but it does need your attention and it does need to get under control.  Let me know your thoughts. Thanks.
  17. I’ll talk to him also.  Although this type of behavior happens in boys of this age, hitting is never acceptable.
  19. I agree and appreciate it.  I need you to step up the discipline on your end, and the timing of this latest incident is perfect since he is at your house.

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