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It seems like your entire question hinges on "the things that he said to me are things that even enemies of mine have never said to me before". You are aware that you've deceived him and you understand why he'd feel confused and violated, but this is your concern. So let me first address that: You are an authority figure to your child. Regardless ...


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Use real consequences immediately and every time he does it. All this ' try to understand him" is bologna. If you're an adult who's responsible for him, discipline him. If his mom has a problem with it, she should stay a single mom and raise herself an asshole. You're a parent, not a friend. He doesn't have to understand that running off is unsafe and ...


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