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It sounds like there is more going on. In a situation where there is an ultimatum put in place like that the chances are there is something deeper than just an argument that he is afraid of surfacing. It sounds like something has happened between him and your daughter that he isn't telling you. When you confronted him about said situation did he take the ...


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I feel for your mom, you, and your family. "she doesn't have enough time, she's too tired, etc" all that stuff is real - i feel it every day. However, it is not an excuse (we all succumb to it though). Facing those realities takes patience and honesty. Talk to your mother and simply explain how serious your brothers situation is in your opinion. ...


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As I see it, you can do all of the following: Talk to your brother. Tell him that you are worried he will make a mess of his life. And ask him if you can help. If he does not want to listen, you've done all you can do there. Very likely he will be unable to escape the influence of his friends on his own. Talk to your mother and father. Explain your ...


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I think you are interpreting things slightly differently to the way I would. When I was young, there was no mobile communication device, so you planned your meetings carefully, sometimes with backup plans, otherwise you just wouldn't meet your friends. Nowadays there are so many ways to connect that it really doesn't matter if plans change, diversions ...


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I believe the police department handles assault and battery. I'm sorry. I know it's your daughter, but when we progress to using weapons to convey threats and we're perceiving these threats as legitimate, you have a responsibility to your other daughter to do something about this immediately. Failure to act in the best interests of your other daughter could ...



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