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feel free to rant anytime! luvinmomofone1

Posted by karen_kay on May 13, 2008, at 11:17:41

In reply to my son and me fight all the time!, posted by luvinmomofone1 on May 6, 2008, at 15:23:20

WOWZA! you've had a very rough year! please be sure to be kind to yourself hun. and cut yourself some slack! i'm serious!!!

about your son: wowza again! it seems like the whole environment is stressful, for both of you! first off, congratulate yourself for raising a wonderful man!!!!! (is he single? :)

it's hard work beign a parent, and i have a feeling it gets even harder as they start to grow up and turn into men or women. i have a son, who jsut turned 2. and we aren't planning on having any more (seriously! cross your fingers for me. jst one is plenty!). i can imagine how very dependant you've become on him, adn the same for him. i don't have any practical advice to give you hun. i wish i did! i wish ihad all the answers, but i don't. i do think it's very importan tthat when you two are in the midst of a fight or argument, that you give yourself some space and time to relax, instead of continue fighting. it's hard in the moment, i know. but, you have to work on you, to be the best parent you can be dear.

please, be kind to yourself. and realize that kids grow up and become their own person. you don't have to fight with him. instead, set an exampel by walkign away.

please take care of yourself hun. you've had a rough year. i think everyone can agree with that. jstu remember, walkign away from a fight sets a good example for your child (well, young man, i guess?). hopefully, in the future, when he's faced with the same situation, he'll follow your lead.

take care hun.




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