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I'm going to preface this answer to state that I think the physical issues you describe in your post are indicative of some sort of underlying mental issue that is beyond my scope and ability to address. You may need the services of a therapist, psychiatrist, etc. or whatever, but I just recommend you speak to someone about it with appropriate medical ...


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Although it's of course possible that there is something deeper to it, I think the "moody" behavior of your child is most likely a reaction to the amount of change and disruption in his life recently. A new baby, new place to live, change in the sleeping arrangements for the family, and change in the amount of attention he can get from parents is ...


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The best way to get your son to respond to questions of this nature is to wait until he is about 25, and then just ask him. That's about when, in my experience, many children actually are willing to answer questions freely :) However, assuming you are hoping to get some answers now, my suggestion is to follow the child. This means initiating conversations ...


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