Our expert says:
Delighted to hear that you have been working hard in counselling and have found better ways to deal with the drama. I think as regards telling your son, just talk it through calmly with a basic explanation of what has been happening and what will happen now ; assure him that you still love him very much and so do his grandparents, and that he will continue to see them. Echelle expresses a very realistic concern rather well. Is there any alternative, such as living with a room-mate ? And Mom to's suggestion is also very well worth considering --- to make the change gradual and more comforting for him.
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