My son is 15, this is his first girlfriend. he is been seeing her for almost a year now. He is always around her house and wants to spend all the time with her. She's had a boyfriend before so it seems she is more mature in the relationship. and seems she is instructing the relationship. Why I say that is because, in the past when he is with me, she has called him in the middle of the night, crying saying she is going to cut her wrists. Her parents do know about the situation. And for what I know, they are looking into it, to get her help and I think they have seen a psychiatrist but hasn't helped. So they are still looking. That's what I've been told. My son thinks he can help her, so spending all his time with her. As a parent, I am concerned about my son. I feel he is leading a path that when he realizes he can't help, then how will he feel? I dont want to break the relationship, I just want him to understand, that he may not be what she needs in terms of help. When he is away with me and his younger sister, he is always on txt msgs with her. this is for the entire wkend sometimes. So I find he is not focused on being with me and his sis. Every time I bring it up to up, he gets very sensitive, so much so that he has even argued and been very blunt about his feelings with his sister. telling her i dont ever want to talk to you. he wants to work part time so he can make some money and be able to buy things for himself. he has school and friends but still seems distracted that if i didnt force it on him he will be at her place all day everyday. her mum on the other hand seems not to care and is quite happy to have him around. and she has never ever made any effort to call me and talk to me about the kids. I feel since he spends so much time around their house she should make an effort to let me know everything is ok. What is the solution, really looking for some guidance, please.
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