I signed my son up for school counceling because i thought that it would help him with some issues that we were having (being his aunt whom is young has been diagnosed with cancer) him and his aunt have always been close and i know that this is bothering him and i don't want him to keep his feelings inside. I asked to meet with the councelor myself, so that i could give her the heads up on the situation and plus if she is going to be talking to my son i wanted to get a feel of her also. well when i walked in my first impression was that she was very young and very tiny. My son who is 10 is bigger than her and she is not married nor does she have any children. The reason i have an issue with this is that before i had my children my outlook was totally different on things, to me to speak with children u would have to know a little more about being a parent. She was a very nice girl and i would like to give her the benefit of the doubt but just not sure. What do u think. and please no bashing i am just simply asking if i am taking this the wrong way or not. ThanksAnswer Question
Answer by SWasson at 7:24 PM on Feb. 4, 2011
Answer by BradenIsMySon at 7:25 PM on Feb. 4, 2011
Sorry, not judging anyone period, just my own specific preference. I wouldn't let anyone without kids council my child. Not saying that I think you shouldn't. If you got a good feel for her then go for it, she might surprise you.
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