Hey everyone. I've been using the games from Ryon and Rener's Jr. combatives program to teach my son some basic bjj. I don't care if my son becomes a blackbelt or anything, I just want him to have enough knowledge and experience to deal with a bully by the time he goes to school. In any case my son is 2 years old [almost 3] and seems to be catching onto the games we play at a steady pace. The problem is my son and his friend always 'play wrestle' and since I've been showing him his 'bjj games' he's been incorporating them while 'play wrestling'. This is a good thing when he wrestles with me, but; apparently he's been mauling the kid that he plays around with. Instead of just messing around with this kid like he use to when they wrestled, he'll double leg him ['tackle the giant']; and get/hold mount [spider kid]; and/or hold back mount ['crazy horse']. Apparently being held in an inferior position freaks out this kid, who my son is good friends with, and he goes crying to his mom. Incidentally his mom happens to be a close friend of my girlfriend and I. Obviously I want to encourage my son to continue to learn how to execute and apply the basic bjj I'm teaching him. But I don't want him to alienate his friend, or the mother. At this point I've stopped playing 'bjj games' with him, and he's stopped using the positional bjj stuff on his friend. So does anyone have any suggestions so I can keep teaching him basic bjj, but stop him from freaking out his friend? At this point I've stopped doing the program with him, and am debating if I should give it a year or two before restarting. Then maybe he and his friends' will be old/mature enough for this not to be a problem.