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From Ms. B, child's age 14
My son is fourteen and severely overweight. During his baby and toddler years my mother babysitted often. She is also Extremely overweight. She is now a diabetic. My son has gotten into a lot of her habits. If my Mom had a taste for a pickle she would eat the entire jar, not just one.
I received a call from my son's gym teacher. She reported that her class was sent to the cafeteria during a lock-down procedure. My son refused to sit down. Instead he continued to walk back and forth to the vending machines. He asked her for a quarter which she did not have. So he began to check all the vending machine coin slots for any change they may have been left behind. He never found any change and began to throw a fit like a 3 year old. The next day my sons class was in the cafeteria again and he went straight to the vending machines and purchased an ice cream. The teacher reprimanded him and he sat down happily because he had his ice cream. I just want to mention that my son is lactose intolerant and shouldn't have ice cream anyway. That evening he was in so much pain and continued to go to the bathroom several times. What get's me the most is that some of the things he sneaks give him pain and he doesn't even care.
Please help me. What should I do to get him on the right track?