Would you send your child to military school?

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        My 15 year old son is out of control and it's not the normal teenage behavior we've all gone through. I have tried everything, restriction, bribes, threats, you name it I've tried it. I recently looked into a military school in my state and I feel this would be the best option at this point. I welcome any suggestions.
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        i have a daughter 15 years old but she is too good i can say,
        sometimes i believe will be hard for her to face reality

        she like study and no want hard about clubs and boys yet

        she spend too much time at computer but also study mathe-info at scholl ,so her future job will be at computer

        im worried for eyes problems and i didnt liked mathe at school,i suppose she have more brain than me

        so i think boys are more rebels ,is about age

        he need love and understanding

        if he want go at a military school is ok,let him go is not a punishment in my eyes

        i would suggest a sportiv school

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        but what he doing so bad?

        at my age i also do sometimes bad things,yelling or do crisis

        i believe adults are the bad ones not kids
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        my wife works at military. i would never send my kid to military school but thats my opinion
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        tinker wrote:

        My 15 year old son is out of control and it's not the normal teenage behavior we've all gone through. I have tried everything, restriction, bribes, threats, you name it I've tried it. I recently looked into a military school in my state and I feel this would be the best option at this point. I welcome any suggestions.


        Have you tried with sports ? Obv he has too much energy and in order to get it out of his system best way is to do sports.
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        Ah, teenagers are handful. just try to somehow occupy his time, sports - that's great, Maybe even some extreme sports; you probably have a lot of options. And also important to give him space, just try to stay away. But these are just general suggestions, since your dynamic is probably specific.

        Rules and clear consequences should help a bit, but you need to stick to them and stay firm.

        Yes, I think that military school would be my last option, and would do everything to avoid it.
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        I wouldn't send anybody in a military school. I can't myself obey rules without personal judgement. Plus, I hate nationalism and the "rally round the flag" effect...
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        i wouldnt send anybody nowhere

        my daughter choose where to go at school,of course give exam,

        but for myself i like it a military school to make me strong and faster 

        to follow rules,why not?
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        I would not send anybody to military school because my personal opinion is that I do not support any kind of military activity 
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        Well as a guy who didnt go to military because our country made it only professional i would definitely send my kid because it makes you more of a man i think. Males today are weak, dont know how to fix anything, and in my opinion that is not how it is supposed to be. Females i dont know, only if she wants to go then let her.
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        well, i think children (male children) of today have tooo little of physical education and no habits for exercise and that's not good.
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        in military school they could learn about healthy life and, in general, life in move. by the way, they could learn about living under discipline and boss complaints.
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        urkesh0rk wrote:

        Well as a guy who didnt go to military because our country made it only professional i would definitely send my kid because it makes you more of a man i think. Males today are weak, dont know how to fix anything, and in my opinion that is not how it is supposed to be. Females i dont know, only if she wants to go then let her.


        Wow...

        I'm a man, there is no doubt about that. But I'm gay. And I like football, and I like fixing things. And I like beer, and I practice judo. There are many ways to be a man. Just tell me: what do you mean by weak? Tell me what a real man is in the first place? And then tell me "what is supposed to be"?
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        No. Military is waste of time and money. Only good thing is making a nice habits for life, but if you are good parent you will teach him yourself. Not blaming anyone, just saying that I believe that any behavior that your son has comes from something in his childhood.
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        Have you tried counselling, that was not on your list. But in saying that if there are no other options once you get professional advice then maybe.

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