BO2Krocketman said:have you thought about therapy.
I see him all the time in group therapy.
He won't come sit with the rest of us. He sits off in the corner with his "action figures" (We know they're Barbies, Drool... you can't deny it forever!) and talks to himself about burning stuff.
Doctor Thompson tells us that Drool will join us "when he's ready", but we all know he won't come over until his medication has been bumped up enough to make him catatonic.
I still think they should take the crayons away from him. These clown things aren't the worst of what he draws. Some of the pictures were of my mommy once.
I took that crayon away from him, and he walked funny for a while after what I did with it.