I asked a question this weekend about if I did the right thing or not with my 21 year old son - you all agreed that I did. Later he called and said that he didn't pick up the things I'd put outside - implying that someone stole his stuff because I'd left it on the driveway - then it dawned on me that this 'phantom thief' apparently stole my son hamper full of dirty laundry BUT left the brand new, leather, reclining video chair. Another of my ex husband's famous games " get the last punch, leave them wondering and feeling guilty". But I didn't fall for it.
Ever since Saturday I can't shake this horrible feeling. I know I did the right thing, it was time to put my foot down and stop the using and abuse. What's got me though is knowing that my son , right now, is thinking that he's been victimized - help me figure out how to just let it go. I know I didn't victimize him - but knowing that he's feeling wounded is tearing at me
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