My Story, My Song

They kick. They hit. They talk back. They yell at you. They stomp their feet, cross their arms, and refuse to budge. They destroy school property. They are not nice to the kids around them. They are difficult. I’m not talking about the ones who are a little rowdy. I’m not even talking about the ones who have lots of energy, the ones sometimes referred to as “hyperactive”. I’m talking about the child that only comes along every few years. The child you go home and cry about on the first day of school, VBS, or Sunday School. The child you’re picturing right now. I’ve read countless books about these children. I’ve attended seminars and workshops. However, each child that walks trough my classroom door is unique and different. There is no one perfect solution to dealing with a child who is difficult. I could tell you all the things…

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