Our expert says:
16-ywar-old's tend to be a challenge, whatever the other family circumstances. And where there has been a divorce, providing an opportunity to play one parent off against another, few of them can resist the temptation to do so. IS it practicalm to get together with the mom, and agree to a shared set of rules and principles, so he would receive the same advice, same penalties, same expectations, whether he's with his mom or dad ? and maybe some marriage counselling sessions for you and his dad, would enable you to make a more effective joint plan for providing the kid with disci[line while he lives with you. Kids work on a highly effective divide and rule tactic, and if we organize so as not to get divided, we dont't get ruled by them.
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