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This story is not funny. However, I believe it needs to be told. My son, who is now 27, has a 6 year old daughter with a woman, 30 yrs. old, who is about as crazy as they get.
My son has been off and on drugs, steroids, drinking, etc. He goes from a loving son to a "FU, Mom" in 2 seconds flat.
The mother keeps the child away even though they share week to week. Making up stories when my son is sober. He has been trying, and yet this woman and he himself bring him down to very bad breaking points. It is not healthy for any of us, especially my precious grandbaby.
I read the stories and comments above and see that it's time to let him figure out his own problems. I agree, and I am doing so. However, he is on our phone plan, car insurance and sometimes needs help with money. So then, of course, he needs me.
His father says he is done and won't even listen any longer. I don't want my son to feel abandoned. He doesn't have many friends, and the few he has, well, let's just say they take steroids and the whole rage thing starts again.
I am hurt and heartbroken for my son and my grandbaby, and I want to crawl in a hole and pray his problems away.
He doesn't believe in God, which I believe causes a lot of his issues. I just want to do what is right, praying he will find help and let go of this anger. He has no respect for women at all.
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