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Jaxon Update


Jaxon has been dealing with his anger in such positive ways. It took me a long time to stop talking myself out of putting him in childhood trauma counseling, but I am so glad that I did and that my husband has been so supportive.


It has taken most of last year, but Jaxon now communicates and we have been able to learn some of his triggers. Even his teachers are working well with him, as well as learning new techniques with him. He is holding back his angry outbursts, not to the point of it being unhealthy, but he is able to communicate how he feels. He doesn't go after people anymore, and even when he gets angry at school, he talks to someone about how he feels instead of punching them and running out of class, and even out of the school.

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