what do you do when your grown son disrespects his mother?

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Of course they are genetically grown. Everything alive grows according to its genes. Perhaps you meant to ask if their produce is organically grown. Or perhaps you meant to ask whether their produce is genetically modified.

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Mom should not have to sleep on the floor. At very least she should have a couch, or an air mattress and sleeping bag. It would be better if Mom got the bed.

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Part of it is the age. With puberty comes raging hormones coursing through their systems and the need for independence. They are growing up, and although they don't act like adults, they want to be treated like adults with adult privilges. Another part is the fact that kids grow up at a much faster ...

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It seems as though she is also engaging him in this behavior. There is underlying competition toward you by her. I think you should point out to him his forst Role now is a husband and father and that you are proud and love him for being a Man. Let him know you notice this behavior as hurtful to ...
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My son does not love his mother

he tells me he hates me. wont call or come over. wont answer my phone calls. if he does answer he just yells at me. talks down to me. he was 19 when he had a child. i have his child for 10yrs now and the child is 10. he has never try to spend time with the child, but blames me that he dont get to ...

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How should a single mother deals with her 23 years ...

I am only offering advice from my personal opinion's point of view because I am not a psychiatrist or in any profession along this line. From your message I am not sure whether you spent much time with him when he was growing up or not. If you did not then it is never too late to begin.