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By dumbucksally - / Friday 31 August 2018 06:00 /
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By  brewmasterg  |  34

I imagine this is an extremely distressing time for you, and you need to be prepared to make a decision. Do you cut and run (because what he’s said and that he OD’d on his meds seems to indicate he has a long way to go in regards to mental health), or do you support him while he sorts out his mental health issues? One thing to keep in mind is that when medication is out of whack it can cause manic episodes and very strange behavior. Regardless of whether you stay or leave it’s important to be compassionate and empathetic regardless of how bizarre and revolting what he has said may be to you. This is a tough one, but you need to take care of yourself first!

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By  brewmasterg  |  34

I imagine this is an extremely distressing time for you, and you need to be prepared to make a decision. Do you cut and run (because what he’s said and that he OD’d on his meds seems to indicate he has a long way to go in regards to mental health), or do you support him while he sorts out his mental health issues? One thing to keep in mind is that when medication is out of whack it can cause manic episodes and very strange behavior. Regardless of whether you stay or leave it’s important to be compassionate and empathetic regardless of how bizarre and revolting what he has said may be to you. This is a tough one, but you need to take care of yourself first!

By  thechariot1x  |  3

This actually happens sometimes with estranged children. Read this op it'll help you understand. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2016/08/10/adults-who-connect-lost-parents-risk-genetic-sexual-attraction/88516752/

By  jac_1964_au  |  18

Ask your self , is this what you want for the next 40 years ,do you want him to be the father of your kids , will you trust him around your kid , the answer to if you should stay should match the. Answers to the questions

By  devi_916  |  39

Genetic Sexual Attraction (GSA) is a very real thing. It happens more than you'd think between family members (not just parent/child relationships) that weren't able to develop the crucial Westermark Effect. The Westermark Effect develops between the age of 7 and the end of puberty. I did a lot of research on this for a paper in college. He needs to tell his therapist. No need to leave him. At least he told you, rather than hiding it and actually having sex with his mother.

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