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    Boy's problem May Be Physical: Sylvia Rimm on Raising Kids


    By Sylvia Rimm

    Q. My question concerns my 5-year-old grandson. I talk with my daughter frequently, and she repeatedly tells me how he keeps her up at night. Recently, she said it was a good night because he only got her up three or four times! This has been going on since birth.

    I also see other problems with this child. Early on, when my grandson was still an infant, my daughter told me that he had terrible temper tantrums. Then, when I saw them at a family wedding, my grandson was 18 months old, and he repeatedly hit me -- unprovoked. I told my daughter that I thought he needed to be seen by a professional.

    By Sylvia Rimm

    Q. My question concerns my 5-year-old grandson. I talk with my daughter frequently, and she repeatedly tells me how he keeps her up at night. Recently, she said it was a good night because he only got her up three or four times! This has been going on since birth.

    I also see other problems with this child. Early on, when my grandson was still an infant, my daughter told me that he had terrible temper tantrums. Then, when I saw them at a family wedding, my grandson was 18 months old, and he repeatedly hit me -- unprovoked. I told my daughter that I thought he needed to be seen by a professional.

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