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From: Karen (
Subject:         Re: I regret homeschooling my son
Date: November 7, 2007 at 12:36 am PST

In Reply to: Re: I regret homeschooling my son posted by shoeycat on November 6, 2007 at 8:12 pm:

Thanks for your comforting words. I feel very alone at times as I cannot tell anyone what he tells me or they will say "we told you homeschooling is not good". He appears well mannered and courteous to outsiders and relatives. They praise his language, his decent way of dressing and his ability to communicate intelligently on any subject. Only I know the hell he puts be through when he gets angry or cannot have his own way. When he does indulge in this behavior I cry inside. I have never felt as such a failure in anything as I do now. I have this huge burden of guilt that I did not send him to school. He knows this and makes it very hard on me. I keep worrying about what will happen when he turns 18. I cannot help it. I worry so much for his future. Once more thanks for your kind reply.

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