Our expert says:
Maybe it's "the right thing", but this can be a matter of judgement or personal taste, and you seem to be assuming that the father is always right about everything. Maybe he is, but you sound rather emotionally invested in all this.
Lecturing to the kid that his mom mis wrong, especially as what she is doing is presumably highly agreeable to him, is useless. A man-to-half-man discussion about the problems of rules, of deciding what's right and what's wrong ; and frankly about the disagreements and difficulties between mom and dad, might help. With the assistance of a counsellor, if possible
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