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where is this coming from and how do i stop
July 29, 2005
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i have a neighbor that started paling around with another woman in the neighborhood. this woman is trouble, addict, alchoholic, has panic attacks,...and on and on. my neighbor started talking about this person constantly. i told her about six times i didn't want to hear it. finally i told her i didn't want to talk to her anymore while she is around the other. (i'm fine with the decision) the problem comes in when my son goes down there to see her son. he comes back just a bragging about the neighbor friend. out of nowhere i have the urge to punch him out. why does this urck me soooo bad??? and how do i control it??

July 29, 2005
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Besides her being a bad influence on anyone she's around, especially your son, does she perhaps remind you of someone and trigger those emotions? As far as your son goes, that just being protective of him and wanting to look out for him, for good reason. SD

July 29, 2005
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the neighbor, Kandace and i used to be pretty good friends. it's her son that is friends with mine. we aren't talking because she is hanging around Debbie the loser. My son comes home bragging about kandace cooking him lunch and stuff. that is what trigggers my anger.

July 29, 2005
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how young is your son??? maybe you can tell him you don't approve of him going over there when the addicted lady is around.

July 29, 2005
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me personally i think your just trying to keep your son out of harms way. i think you see a woman who is out of control, and you dont want tobe around someone with those issues, especially when has you know we all already have our own things we have to deal with. and i to dont like toscic people around me or the ones i love, so thats what i think

July 29, 2005
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Are you neglecting your son in anyway? It sounds like you feel very threatened by your son bragging about kandance. There is some reason your son is doing this. It sounds like he is trying to give you a message. Talk to your son and see if you can find out what is missing for him at home. Do you feel betrayed by your son going over to an ex friend's house? How old is your son? Do you have any problems with him? You need to feel secure in your relationship with your son. Your belief system counts 100 times more to your son than any beliefs you ex friend has. What he gets at home is the most important influence on him. What are your concerns about him going over to visit your ex friend's son?

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kathy

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