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>I'm so exhausted - think we all are. My hope for a successful visit to the hypnotherapist did not go very well as my son refused to talk. The guy was great though and we all tried to get him to relax but to no avail....

>think I survived the school meeting but am feeling very teary and vulnerable (those who know me would be surprised). tried to find ways to encourage laurie back to the school after easter. he is desperate at the idea. We need time to think. I gave...

>feeling defeated tonight - in anticipation of an early morning meeting with the headmistress tomorrow. I know she'll patronise me and make me feel like shit. I was supposed to meet with the educational psychologist attached to the school today but he put me off till...

>When you've always been strong and feel that nothing could get you it strikes hard that the world can suddenly turn upside down. And even when all of your friends and family support you it is so easy to feel alone when confronted by the...

>Well a few days later and we're surviving the aftermath of the exclusion. We got the report of the incident and it was a very poorly written document full of subjective comments and emotive language. I have prepared a 4 page reply which is very measured,...

yes I need some buffers. I've been bashed around a bit in the last few days and I need some cotton wool. My son has been excluded from school - his behaviour is unacceptable...