Our expert says:
Absolutely not. Harming someon else will bring you no satisfaction or relief, but will enormously add to the burdens you'll have to carry. You do need to URGENTLY discuss these matters with your therapist, and in detail, to work through them. Your child has the possibility, with your continuing help, which will be very important, of leading a truly happy life. Don't take take away from your child. Of course you're sad, and angry, for his behaviour has been disgusting, but don't be tempted in any way to sink towards his level. Judging by the way he has behaved, and perhaps his current gf as well, they're really not likely to be happy for long. Let them be happy, if happy they are, for this brief time --- it'll make their subsequent unhappjness all the sharper, and if they are capable of being as cruel to you as they have been, imagine how they'll be treating each other, when things start to get difficult. And leave that to be entirely their own work ; of you do anything to harm them, you'd be helping them to feel justified in what they have done. Let them reap their own deserved rewards, all on their own.
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