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Posted by: Angie | 2011/08/31

re: STEP SON@CS

Hi Doc, thanks for the feedback.

The only changes was that he now has a sister who is 10 months old, and he has friends in grade 7 which i do not agree with him having. His mother and his stepo father tends to make his ask his biofather for things if he needs it or to do projects at his dad''s house, theres some sort of neglect with anything to do with school. Maybe he can see his mother and step father buying things for his sister but tells him to ask his biofather when HE needs something.....The only thing i cant understand is that if his biofather does the world for him, why does he listen to his mother?
Do you think he is in denile about his mother? because he loves her very much.

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Could be the sister ! Its hard to predict how a kid will react to the birth of a sibling, and even if on the surface he seems happy about it, a child may feel displaced in parental affections. And it sounds as though there is at least covert conflict between biomom, biodad, and everyone else involved. Parents often feel guilty about a divorce and its possible effects on the children, and may over-indulge, or do things they think will benefit the children even if this is actually not the best choice.

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2011/08/31

Could be the sister ! Its hard to predict how a kid will react to the birth of a sibling, and even if on the surface he seems happy about it, a child may feel displaced in parental affections. And it sounds as though there is at least covert conflict between biomom, biodad, and everyone else involved. Parents often feel guilty about a divorce and its possible effects on the children, and may over-indulge, or do things they think will benefit the children even if this is actually not the best choice.

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