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Hi i hope sum1 can help. my partner has a son from previous and we last saw him at 4 years of age and now he wanted to start coming down again and now hes 9. 1 minuit hes loving and caring then hel just flick and his eyes darken he smashes the house up, says we dont love him he wants to kill everyone, tried strangling his older sister, punches kicks headbutts he tells everyone to get out before he hurts them, threw a hammer at his grandfather, then hel look at u as if ur not there and about 3 hours later when he calms down he says a man told him to do it the thing is we now have a 5year old son aswell who sees this and im scared incase he turns on him aswell. he goes really strong as if he doesnt know his own strenghth. WORRIED
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ohh dear what a hard time you must be having... make sure your family unit stay strong together....

does this child have any medical problems or issues?? thats what I would check out first...
If not id say he is very insecure and sees your family unit as a threat and feels he doesnt fit in...
lots of reassurance and attention with him over time should help also each family member try building your own relationship with him so he can have special time alone with each of you...

When he has these outrages reassure him that you all love him and what he is doing is very wrong try and talk him through it...

take care hope it gets sorted xo
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Have him seen by his Family practice physician explain the situation and he or she will likely refer him to a Child Study Center for further evaluation.
It is helpful to both film and document on paper these incidents to take with you for your health care professionals. Sometimes by writing them down and documenting specifics puts the whole behavior in a new perspective and can show a pattern.
Best regards to you
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Omg I think the little boy need to seek help,have u talk to your partner about seeking him some help...cause he need it.
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