Ideas for raging hormones?

by Shelly
(MacGregor, Manitoba, Canada)

My 14 year old son has absolutely raging hormones.


We are having problems with him chasing the girls at school grabbing at people and calling out the girls names randomly through out the day and even at night.

When we put him to bed at night he lays there and asks repeatedly if he will see a certain girl the next day. Then he asks if he will see all his friends and then he starts calling out the girls names in his class.

He will lay there for hours calling out their names. He keeps the whole house up doing this.

Does anyone out there have any suggestions as to how to help a handicap young man understand that these behaviors are not appropriate.

We could really use some suggestions in this matter. Please help a concerned and stressed out Dad and Mom.

Thanks.

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