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From: Michelle (
Subject:         Re: Prayers Needed
Date: March 22, 2007 at 8:17 pm PST

In Reply to: Prayers Needed posted by Michelle W on March 22, 2007 at 6:08 pm:

I'm sorry, I don't have that kind of experience. My son doesn't want to do his schoolwork either, but I'm here all day and can insist that he do it. He doesn't want to go to his father, because he would lose his friends and his freedom. His dad would enroll him in school and make sure he did his homework every night!

Do you think your son is bluffing? Because I think telling him that his choice is to do his schoolwork or go live with his dad and go to school is your only option. Does his dad live in a different school district? I hope so, I don't know of any teens that want to move to a new school at that age.

I think your son may be testing your authority and trying to push your buttons. Is the father one of those buttons that makes your hair stand up? No matter, you just know that he can't spend the day home alone goofing off. He's got to show some maturity and responsibility or be treated like a child. He needs to finish school. You can't back down. Again, I'm sorry you are having to deal with this. It's hard enough being a single parent without having a power struggle with your teenage son. And I DO know what that's like.

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