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    Geo_III posted:
    I have a suggestion for the parents with the boy that is peeing in the house. Maybe he needs the "freedom" of peeing. I would let him go outside in the back yard and pee against the house or a tree. Maybe his dad can go out with him and they can pee together. Fathers are supposed to lead there sons in behavior. Tell him that he is allowed to pee outside as long as he does not pee inside of the house anymore. This is a mans instinct to mark territory. Almost all men pee against a wall at some point and when this manly instinct is taken away this stuff could happen.
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