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Savvy, I hope you managed to catch up on some sleep last night.Thank you to Beanie (I think it was) for explaining my comment about not giving in. She was correct, I was talking about giving in to demands for tech etc. I remember being told 'If you think you will end up saying "Yes" after hours of pestering, you might as well say it straight away. Otherwise all you are teaching the child/ren is that they will get what they want if they pester enough!'
Well it is called attachment disorder across the border in Cambridgeshire!
I am not a social worker. However, I know of a family placement that was refused as carer was assumed to not be able to control level of access to certain individuals. It’s hard on you because you will lose respite, but it’s quite possible that social services may decide that placement with you will be halted if they are not happy with access to other family/DS because of the impact on the children. I’m surprised you have no opinion of other gran and auntie are they capable of looking after the boys properly? I’m very sorry that you have all this on your plate. As your neighbour said, what a life your DS/kids have left you 😢
I just dont know what to say to be honest.Do you feel that DGS1's behaviour is much worse after he has seen the other family?
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