When is it something more than the terrible two's? *update
Well I literally wrote out an entire story earlier and then my laptop seized so here I am again, long story WAY shorter.
DS is almost three. His outrageous behavior has been going on for the entire time he was two and before. I played it off as terrible two's... it's recently gotten ..... horrifying.
He is a monster, sadistic, whiney, bratty, monster 24-7. I get no relief. He's pushed all our family members away. NO ONE wants to be near him. He fights EVERYTHING, the most small and stupid things. He hits himself and hits other people. He throws tantrums, cries, whines.
It's not that I don't do anything ... I have done everything. I have tried discipline, ignoring him, distracting him, bribing him, helping him, being super nice, he just doesn't care... not one bit.
What can I do? When does it go from normal to not? What is wrong with him? It's so sad that even I cannot stomach being near him anymore. I am sick of dealing with it. It hurts. He has this blood curdling high pitch scream that he does ALL the time, I have migraines 24-7. I just... ugh.. I can't do this anymore. My life has just turned into something I hate, it's miserable.
Anyone else been through this?
* I just wanted to come back and whine/vent a little. I am walking on egg shells 24-7 with him now. I'm THIS CLOSE to putting up a paper with trigger words on it for the household so no one sets him off. (this list will be long) It's so pathetic, I don't look forward to ANYTHING much less spending time with him now. Three mornings straight now he wakes up and IMMEDIATELY!! goes into a fit of rage, throwing a tantrum for a good hour or so every morning. Of course this goes on all day long pretty much. I set up a dr. appt. but have to wait until closer to the end of the month, what the hell on earth can I do before then?? Why is this happening to me?? I can barely handle my life as it is with all the bad that just surrounds it lately, but seriously. Now I have to do it with the worlds worst toddler. Sigh.