Having kids is a blessing and as a parent, it makes one happy to see that your kids are happy. Not all kids are the same, meaning that what makes one happy could not be what makes the other one happy. It is for this reason, that it becomes hard and frustrating when you are searching for the perfect gift for your kid. The gift will also depend on the gender of the kid, for example, and it could be confusing to get your son a doll and a doll house as a toy. The girls are not that complicated to shop for but for the boys, confusion can easily arise depending on your cultural background and personal beliefs. This makes it very hard for the parents to buy a gift for their son. The tips below will help guide you into buying the perfect gift for your son:
We are having a huge problem with our oldest son, he’s 12 now and it’s just a horrible experience right now. He’s defiant, argumentative, secretive, he lies, he steals, he fights, he cries, he has temper tantrums and more. He’s getting horrible grades, they’ve all dropped and I just found out this morning he’s getting an F in one of his classes now. This was a kid who we were proud of for getting excellent grades and being in gifted and advanced classes and being praised for his skill at his musical instrument. Everything has changed though, a complete turn around and I’m not sure what to do or how to help. There’s nothing I can figure out to do. He just doesn’t care and he says so. Trying to talk calmly to him doesn’t work, he just yells and screams at you even though you’re talking calmly to him and not yelling at him. He will not commit to anything, he can’t or won’t answer a simple yes or no question even if you direct him to answer yes or no, he won’t do it. The answer is always ‘maybe’ or ‘I don’t know’ or ‘possibly’ or ‘could be’.