Recently, I found out my 15 year old son experimented with marijuana. I expressed my serious dislike and disappointment and remind him of the house rules and consequences of which several privileges will be taken for a month. And because I was so frustrated, p&@#%ed off, when he asked me would I rather him smoke cigarettes or marijuana, I hastily answered cigarettes. Then I noticed a pack of mine were missing. When I asked him, he said no and because I have no actual proof, I can disagree but can't accuse him for certain. On top of that, I have been told from very reliable sources that he has continued to do both, marijuana and cigarettes. Lastly, again, not thinking rationally and beyond angry, I knew he snuck cigarettes from me and didn't punish him at the moment. Now I am aware that a lot of people will bash me and call me a bad and irresponsible parent for both of which I know I am and already feel like. My question is how can I not necessarily take my actions and words back but somehow find a way to make this right if that's possible.Answer Question
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