He has tried to goat me to get physical with him, I constantly get calls about him missing class at school. Very argumentive and just balls his clothing up and throws them on the floor and will not follow instructions. Getting worse everyday and allways says he does not care, says take him to juvenile home. Trashes his room and won't clean up. etc., etc., etc., I am fed up
I presume this is a court-ordered guardianship. If so, contact the attorney or the agency that set up the guardianship and tell them what to do. Contact with the agency is also something you need to do.
In the interim, ask for some help from the agency. The longer this kid acts like this, the more difficult his life is going to be. He needs serious counseling. That's the opinion of an attorney who lives with a psychologist. I tell people I have to live with her as a condition of my parole but that's not exactly true.
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