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I think you need to start by understanding yourself better. Only then can you help your son. From what you say, it sounds like you and your son are both introverts. This is not a flaw, it is simply a different way of being, like being left handed instead of right handed. However this can be difficult because society generally values extroversion more than ...


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I agree with @Roger Vadim that at the age of 2-4 children go through learning the notion of authority. They learn to express their emotions and desires, but only in those ways, they see around daily. It means that every person in a child's life can stand for a behavioral example. Of course, their family and close friends are the most obvious examples of how ...


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I really didn't want to believe in the so-called "terrible twos", mainly because I want to believe that children will only behave badly if undisciplined and I don't like excusing bad behaviour. However, after having two children, I do understand the truth behind it. At age 2, children are learning fast and want to explore the world, but they see ...


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You are not immature. What you posted was a very serious case of sexual harassment. If it was my daughter, I’d hand everything to the police. Other parents would look for extrajudicial punishment. There’s really no way you can apologise for this. PS. If anyone tells you you were not wrong break up any contact with them immediately. You were wrong. The kind ...


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Xavier - you're learning a hard lesson through this, but you are not alone. We all have made mistakes that have painful consequences that we wish would just go away. What I'm about to say comes from my own experience and lessons learned. You need to understand two things: Your choices that got you to this place did not take into account how others would ...


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Sadly, there's not a lot you can do in this particular case to make things better. You can and should should apologize to all affected parties, including the friend's girlfriend and family. A good apology should acknowledge how you hurt the person's feelings and it should also show you sincerely mean your apology. But the best thing you can do is to make ...


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