Boys need nurturing, loving, caring male attention not disdain, and your boyfriend doesn't want your son. First of all, I don't believe a parent should move their children away from their father. I think your bf looking badly at your son for the life you created for your son is very unfair. He may have ideas about what goes on in the home, but he speaks to you privately and you handle it. Boys in particular need their dad in their life and if that relationship is broken, much emotional trauma ensues. That comes from being raised that way usually by someone's own parents. So naturally, I have the thought in my head to teach my children the same things.Boys in particular need their dad in their life and if that relationship is broken, much emotional trauma ensues. Secondly, all of the complaints about what your son did prior to moving in with your boyfriend . In a lot of ways, we raise our children the same way we were raised by natural instinct. The only thing in my opinion is to put your foot down.Age gap romance: Self-confessed cougar Cheryl, 50, (left) and 26-year-old boyfriend Matt (right), both from Queensland, opened up about their love life on the first episode of My Kitchen Rules on Monday night Meanwhile, viewers were also introduced to a crop of other outspoken contestants taking part in the seventh season of the popular reality show, which features talented home cooks battling it out for 0,000 prize money.Zana, who is preparing to open her own law firm with hubby Gianni, wasn't impressed with the design, bluntly stating that the married couple 'personally wouldn't attend a restaurant with this kind of decor.'While most of the other contestants criticized the lack of goats' cheese in the tart, Zana went further by dismissing a pastry dish as being too simple for the show before complaining that her rocket had no vinegar and then dissing the beetroot which she noticeably scraped to the side.I think if you don't leave the boyfriend, the next best thing is to send this boy back to his father. its one thing getting the children to eat better and do a few chores but what is with the homework when they have not been assigned any? If you continue in this vein, apart from the fact your son will start to hate this man, but your son is going to be serious distressed and that is if he is not already.
Your boyfriend sounds like a joyless dictator, bearsgril, and it's not going to get better. If they are indeed your number one priority, you wouldn't allow it either. Otherwise, prepare yourself that your son will begin to resent you as well soon enough for bringing this harsh man into his life. I mean fathers quit talking to their kids that are living in the same city. I have two beautiful and wonderful kids from my first marriage, one boy age 10 and one girl, age 7. My boyfriend new of my kids and new they come first. My kids were a little distant at first but they grew to like him and every thing was great. A few months ago my boyfriend's job forced him to transfer to another state. I talked it over with them and they welcomed the thought of starting over and all of us moving in together. My ex husband stopped calling them and my son took it very hard. They did not meet until 9 months after my divorce was finalized.I think you should go back to the town where your ex lives. he'll be 13, then 16 , and then 18 before you know it. I agree that your bf sounds over the top, to be honest.The first part of your post sounded fine - cleaning rooms, taking out garbage, is all perfectly fine and expected. I agree that your bf sounds over the top, to be honest. And I'd never allow my children to be subjected to that.