The past several years have been a horrible struggle. We recently found out (probably 4 years ago) that our youngest son has O.D.D. or Oppositional Defiant Disorder or sometimes confused or partnered with C.D. or Conduct Disorder. Our son is only 11. He's been going through this for as long as I can remember. I remember hearing stories from his birth father, that his nephew used to be very similar to how my son is acting. His nephew used to kill animals and laugh. He would take forks and stab family members just because they defied him....
I've almost always battled with depression; but anxiety, that was new to me. When I was 15years old and was told by a high school boyfriend that I was fat and needed to lose weight. Mind you, I was 130 lbs at my heaviest during high school and that wasn't until I broke my ankle middle of my sophomore year. By the time I graduated High School I was down to 120 and by the end of the summer I was about 110lbs, that is until I found out I was pregnant with my oldest. It pretty much went down hill from there. Sure I was happy that I had a...
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I’m a mother & wife! Life is nothing but chaos and laughter here in our home. From the silly things the kids and husband say and do to the constant running around having two boys who are in their teens.
In our home we do ADHD, ODD, Anxiety, hearing impairment, and more. Our disorders do not define us, we define our disorders. Our goal in live is to teach our boys how to live daily and not use their disorders as a crutch.