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  • i have a 17 year old son who i don't even know anymore.He is a completely different person than the child I raised. My child has turned into a selfish person who makes me feel like he does not care about me. Recently,he asked for a car. I told him that we could not afford another car at this time,but that I was saving up for one.I planned to have the car for him as a surprise gift,but I guess i was not moving fast enough. My mother,whom I do not have a relationship with,has used her classic form of manipulation to turn my child against me.Me and my mother have never really had a healthy relationship,which is why i was always so passionate about my relationship with my son. My mother offered my son a new car,and told him that he would have to pay the car payments every month.I told him NO HE COULD NOT HAVE IT because I was saving to buy him a car with cash. Well my mother has fed my child all sorts of lies,even telling him that I could use his child support check to make car payments. But i have utility bills to pay and groceries to buy!!! She has basically made him think that I do have the money to afford the car, but that I wont allow him to have the car.Kids do not understand the finances that we parents have to deal with,so of course he believes her. Long story short, my son has moved out,and guess where he lives,WITH MY MOTHER! it hurts me so bad. I rarely even see my child, no calls, no texts, nothing! i cry alot. I feel so alone. My mother has always tried to hurt me, and she has always spreaded rumors about me to other family members, so i just stay away. It seems as though my friends and coworkers are more of a family than my own blood.I cannot trust anyone in my family, because my mother has manipulated them all, and now she has control of the one person I thought would always love me, MY SON. Now my son only calls me when he needs something. He basically has no rules at my moms house,and also has a car so he comes and goes as he pleases. In the state of Illinois it is legal for a 17 year old to move out,so I cannot make him come home. i am so tired of the emotional rollercoaster,I have sacrificed my whole life for a child that has grown up to betray me.
  • Jude hit the nail on the head! yes my mom expects payment for everything. And she has always been miserable, and very manipulative so i chose to limit my interaction with her. I moved out at 18 and have not looked back, just because my mother is so negative and toxic.she is a very unhappy person who lives her life off of meddling in other peoples affairs and gossiping about everyone, even her own friends!
  • AWWW maybe you should just abandon him completely, and get a new child. Now you dn't have to pay for college, right? eh? haha.. good luck. Yeah don't give him anything else. If he comes back, it will be on his own.
  • Wow. All I can tell you is that anyone who does their best to undermine a parent does not have the best interest of the child at heart. The kid is 17 which makes him automatically selfish, inconsiderate, and thoughtless by default. That's just where kids are at that age, they can't help it. Frankly if he only calls when he needs something, I'd tell him, he was man enough to move out, he is man enough to take care of himself. I'd also throw in that his interfering grandmother is now responsible for his care until he decides to come home. To be honest, I would have let my mother buy him the car and then stood back and watched her jerk his chain. You do realize she purchased the car to manipulate him and if you had just said, "oh yes do buy Little Michael a car," you would have come out smelling like a rose and she would have had "Little Michael" running every errand, and jumping through all kinds of hoops to keep the car. Eventually the kid would have become irritated with grandma, complained to you and then you could have pointed out that grandma never gives anything away without expecting some sort of payment. At this point all you can do is wait until grandma and son get through the honeymoon period; once that happens then you can make your move. PS. This is not a betrayal, this is a 17 yr old having his head turned by a car. No one at seventeen is completely cooked; he'll come to realize what he should truly value eventually.
  • The answer is simple, he's 17 years old. He thinks he's almost an adult, but he's no where close. Not for 17 more years. Ask him if he thinks he is smarter and more mature than Christ was at his age? Christ was 30 before he was mature enough to strike out on his own. Male are Drafted at age 18 due specifically to the lack of maturity of the human brain. Teaching masses of men how to overcome the inherent reserve against killing becomes impossible as they reach their late 20. They are much easier to manipulate at age 18.''Where did you get the idea that a 17 year old can move out at age 17 in Illinois, or in any state? Age 17 is when he can petition the court to be emancipated, than he can move out. (750 ILCS 30/3‑1) (from Ch. 40, par. 2203‑1) Sec. 3‑1. Minor. "Minor" means a person 16 years of age or over, and under the age of 18 years, subject to this Act.
  • Maybe you could talk to your mother about how you feel? Surely she will listen to you telling her how upset you are. And also, I know it's not a miracle solution, but I think if you write a letter to your son explaining all this, you won't get interrupted by him or your mother and you'll probably be more calm than if you were saying it to his face.
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