All worked up

I just had a conversation with my middle son and am now slightly triggered depressively. I just don’t know where i went wrong. He’s so black and white thinking. And he’s always a victim.

And he’s holding onto things that have been said to him that were in poor taste but no harm meant. Families say hurtful things but that doesn’t mean there’s malice. I just want to cry and frankly i want him to move out because it’s just almost too much. But it’s just a conversation and my guilt is my own. I just don’t know how to get to him that his life is not reality.

3 thoughts on “All worked up

  1. I suspect it’s his reality and he has to figure it out for himself. There is a point in life of children where we have to let them go and figure things out by themselves. It hurts. My daughter from another mother has stopped sharing her life with us. We do not know why and what we did wrong. It hurts but she has to find her own way and I try to be patient. Sending you good energy and will light a candle for you and your son. 🙋‍♀️🐝

  2. I think we’ve all been there if we have children. Yep, it hurts. But take it from one who had adult children, it can still work-out. I fought with my son all the time and now we r very close. Hoping it all works out.

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