5 1/2 y old with seperation fear & anger towards momi have a little 51/2 year old son. When he was 3 1/2 years old his mother had to leave him abruptly. he was crying for hours for his mom, i could not much. the hpath at that time did not help much either, just helping to get better, but not healing him entirely.
in recent weeks he has grown and developed. and this fear of seperation has come up again.
Also, he eats a lot of protein and fatty things. e.g. if we give him a bread, he eats only cheese and chews the butter of the top.
On top of this, he has been beahving very badly, not listening, kicking, it started against mom, not kicks me dad too.
I have to say we went through a seperation process as parents. But things are now very peaceful, no arguments, no discussion and all focused on all our wellbeing. very unconditional. The behavious might steer from times when we had argeuments.
could someone help, as it is really difficult now.
johnmill on 2012-06-21
the mother is having a lot of childhood issues herself. she is overreacting and behaving like a 3 year old. I tried today to take him away from the mother, but he then got even more desperate and sad, crying and screaming for his mom as he has fear of separation. Shouting mummy mummy mummy, but she just made him cry a second earlier... so he was constently crying. i know the mother needs to change, but she wont. the only solution i feel is he needs to be healed from this seperation of his mom,. this is beyond mother-son relationship as some docs thoughts (and my wife tries to sell it) - it is because of the pain he has suffered as a 2 or 3 year old. i hope i could described in the right words, but basically, he is saying, i want mom so she can hit me, make me sad again..
And i know the only situation is to live his mom her own life without him, but he needs to be healed first.
i hope my post does not disappear in the active forum.
johnmill 7 years ago
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