What's happening to my son?
Topic: Fourth grade homework reading
June 19, 2019 / By Constantine Question:
In third grade he he tested gifted and put in gifted and talented classes the teacher told me he was the smartest of all the kids in those classes to put it the way she said it he had more potential than the other kids. He has always been something of a trouble maker hes been suspended 6 times and went to ISS twice. His grades fell in the 7th grade by the 8th grade he had B's and C's and in the fresman year he had 1 B 1A and the rest Cs and 1D he usually aces his exams but he never does his homework and consitently skips. Sometimes he will say he's gonna do his homework but after a week he stops his teacher complains hes either too disruptive or he's off playing video games reading a book or listening to music in class instead of paying attention he also expirements with drugs and gets into fights i remember having to come to school in the first week because him and his friend who also used to be in gifted and talented classes fought four other kids i don't know what to do with him
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Arny | 7 days ago
Yeah as soon as i read the title i knew drugs where going to be involved. "Experimenting" with drugs? Like what drugs? Regardless that won't help with skipping or doing homework. All i can say is drugs were my problem in high school. I did fine freshman year and sophomore year i started smoking and pretty quickly got into "experimenting" And basically just skipped 3 years of school. Got kicked out 3 times. Although i was never a fighter...
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Originally Answered: Why is this happening to me?
Be who you are and follow your dreams and desires in life and don't give up until you get there.
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Being smart is not an easy thing and potential does not equate to intellect. And if he is going to a neighborhood school, than it becomes even harder to deal with. Being smart in your adolescence is not a symbol of "coolness". Also, being in the gifted class in third grade isn't a really incredible feat and letting him believe that he is more than he is can lead to arrogance like his behavior with homework. He probably thinks he doesn't need to do it because he isn't going to get anything out of it because he had more "potential than any other kid." Potential, again, does not equate to intellect and the phrase "use it or lose it" rings true to potential.
Talk to him. Talk to him. Talk to him.
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Sometimes when children are so intelligent, they tend to get bored with school & need other things to challenge them. Having a friend on drugs certainly isn't any help either. This happened to a student in our daughter's school. His parents had to send their child away for treatment, but it worked. You could start by ordering the program I've listed below. A friend of mine used it with great success. They also have a helpline you can call. It's not too late. You can help your son & need to try something as soon as you can. I wish you the best.
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Just getting older. He is re-evaluating how he spends his time and testing social limits. If he continues to have problems, it would be worth checking for underlying problems--anything from ADD to migraines to some forms of epilepsy can lead to these behaviors. If it is mostly emotional, he definitely needs to know his parents are on his side and available to help--for that you need to talk. No dramatics, just calm factual discussion.
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Hello Carmen, yes it is due to the transition into adolescence. Be friendly with him and don't use harsh words. Better consult with a psychotherapist. All the best
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Originally Answered: What's happening to me?
Your bladder is connected to your kidneys by two tubes called the ureters. The kidneys produce urine by the blood vessels that pass through them in structures called the Loop of Henle, where the tightening blood vessel forces excess water, sugars and other nutrients, uric and lactic acids, salts, dead cells, and other waste products out of your bloodsteam into the kidneys for excretion down the ureters to your bladder and eventual voiding when you urinate.
If you are seeing blood when you urinate, if could easily be temporary trauma to your kidneys - which can happen if you get punched or kicked, or if you were hit in a sports game, such as football or dodgeball, or even just roughhousing with friends or siblings. Other reasons for blood in your urine can be a kidney infection or even internal damage to your bladder.
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In either case if the condition persists more than 24 hours or increases in frequency or amount of blood, you should definitely see a Doctor, as issues with your kidneys can become life-threatening if not treated.