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Is It Advisable To Apologize And Maintain Peace In A Family?

I believe my 31 year old has odd and is currently taking our grandson away from us out of spite...he has all of the syptoms down to a t and has been this way since he was a child...I have never heard of this and just catered to his tantrums to a degree all his life...what do I do to keep the peace with him? he want me to admit to things I do not do but in his head its true...do I just apologize to keep the piece or do I stand my ground and lose my grandson
Mon, 14 Jul 2014
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Look this is a very tricky situation and you need to handle it very tactfully, going either way that is losing him or standing your ground is not going to solve the problem permanently. You must find a middle path to deal with situation and have a permanent solution. Involve someone close to both of you instead of dealing with the situation directly and also seek help from a counselor, things will definitely improve tc care
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Is It Advisable To Apologize And Maintain Peace In A Family?

Look this is a very tricky situation and you need to handle it very tactfully, going either way that is losing him or standing your ground is not going to solve the problem permanently. You must find a middle path to deal with situation and have a permanent solution. Involve someone close to both of you instead of dealing with the situation directly and also seek help from a counselor, things will definitely improve tc care