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Subject:         Re: I regret homeschooling my son
Date: November 19, 2007 at 9:59 pm PST

In Reply to: I regret homeschooling my son posted by Karen on November 3, 2007 at 9:24 pm:

Hi,
I just wanted to say that it could be that it is his age... most kids, public schooled, or homeschooled, will begin to rebel against their parents in their teen years.
He is polite, well versed, and an all around great kind around other people... You did SOMETHING right.:)
Maybe let him take college classes. Does he go out of the house at all?
Could it be that losing your little one at 6 has made you overly protective? Admit this to him... apologize to him. Tell him you did the best you could.
Having parents admit their mistakes to children can help out a LOT...
You say he is hanging out with the wrong crowd, and that one minute he is polite to you, and others he is mean and hurtful. You said he locks himself in his room for hours.... Do you think he may be on drugs?
If not, then, do you think compromising and allowing him to go to high school for his senior year will help?
I am sorry you are going through this. I hope you are feeling better about it, now...

You will be in my thoughts.


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