Our expert says:
I'm not clear, when you refer to your "twin son" - do you have twins, and one behaves in this annoying way, and the other doesn't ? In view of how twins are genetically similar, this would be interesting. Are they perhaps non-igentical twins, maybe a boy and girl, and its the boy who is behaving like this ?
A child psychologist could help by assessing the child and give some suggestions about how to help him learn to behave more appropriately. Is this a life-long pattern, or something that has only recently begun ? You don't mention his age - at some ages kids easily get careless, especially if they are preoccupied with other matters, and don't understand the importance of the things that bother you
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