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Name: muminneed
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i have custody of my step son he is 12 years old and has adhd and his bedroom is really small.he was in a big bedroom but as i allready have a daughter and a nother girl on the way i need the girls to have the biggest bedroom.this bedroom is so small it only fits his bed in and only 1 way. couls any one tell me wether he should be in a bigger room or not as im sure its making him worse being in there .all the walls have holes in and the door to.and i rent from a private landlord so everything damaged i have to pay for and im a single mum.please some one help me.
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Name: sickmom | Date: Jun 5th, 2007 5:18 PM
I'm sorry to say that I don't think it makes a difference. I have a 12 year old boy who has ADHD. He has been in the same room all of his life, which has 2 twin beds in it and still loads of room to play. He has holes in his door and had a few holes in his wall until we fixed them. About a year ago, he wanted to redecorate his room. We asked him if he was finished putting holes in the walls and he agreed. Nothing lately! Unfortunately, he was downstairs in our rec room just recently and impulsively was doing target practice, which left a few dents in the walls in there. Good luck with him but I really don't think that in this case, size matters! 

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