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06 Aug 14 #441437 by JTee
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Thanks everyone looking forward to it nervous lol yeah your right killbill i do not want my son involved but it was him that told me about the letter telling me not to get upset why she shows him these things i do not know but i do not talk to her so i can not ask her to stop

ps hope it brightens up absolutely pouring down here today

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07 Aug 14 #441564 by killbill
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I understand JTEE, and I don''t think you should say anything to her ( let her dig herself a big hole). You just keep your integrity and one day your Son will realise what she''s like. You could explain to him that you aren''t telling him certain things because you don''t feel it''s fair dragging him into it, because at least you are being honest with him and explaining that you aren''t leaving him out intentionally, it''s just that you see things differently to his Mother and want to protect him.

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