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By Anonymous - / Monday 9 July 2018 15:00 /
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By  Madrias  |  34

This is where you go into his room while he's sleeping and smash everything electronic, then sign the little bastard up for boot camp. He'll learn how to wake up at civilized times, and have a better respect for those who served in the armed forces.

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By  Madrias  |  34

This is where you go into his room while he's sleeping and smash everything electronic, then sign the little bastard up for boot camp. He'll learn how to wake up at civilized times, and have a better respect for those who served in the armed forces.

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  interesting33  |  35

that is so calculated and disgusting behaviour. I hope he is punished and you take away his gadgets so that he learns it is not ok to exploit other people's mental well-being like that.

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  JasonThorn  |  14

I'd make sure his mother is on board with any punishment you mete out. He might want to drive a wedge between you and her. You need solidarity on this one.

In this situation, he is the enemy and you have to set up a united front. Once he realizes he can't pit you and his mother against each other, he may just cave in.

By  tash901  |  30

Return fire! Blast a trumpet wake up call just as loud through speakers to wake him up every day for a week I'm sure he'll change his tune after!
P.s sorry for the puns, I hope you find coping methods that work for you :)

By  cptncuttlefish  |  23

I see boot camp in this little bastards future.

By  DragonMaiden7  |  15

You need to have a discussion with his mother. Respect goes two ways from parent to child, especially in a stepchild and step-parent house, but this sort of disrespect and vicious behavior is uncalled for, especially from someone who is suffering from such traumatic PTSD. It’s practically sociopathic.

You need to explain to his mother how disrespectful it is to you, and how your step-son cannot continue this behavior, and find ways to figure out how to correct it; whether it be taking away his electronics or sending him to a summer boot camp. If she doesn’t see anything wrong with this behavior though, then I think you found the core problem.

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