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I meant to write I think "backing off" is best...and that trying to control his behaviours is doing more harm than good. Natural consequences will have to do outside of my home, and inside my home I need firm boundaries that I stick to. I love him with everything and pray everyday that he doesn't spiral further. He's pretty much dropped out of school, got arrested, using drugs, sex, bad crowd...it's so scary where he's at and I've been doing everything I can to be supportive, loving and Help, but he has such a need for freedom and independence and doesn't want to follow rules anywhere. It's been truly tough knowing what I should or shouldn't do
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