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Old 01-04-2009, 02:26 PM
 
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Stay away from her and keep your naive son away from that psychotic out of control maniac at all times.
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Yeah....she is into it pretty heavy. She told us one time, that she got into her ex husbands head! WTF????
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Old 01-04-2009, 02:29 PM
 
Location: Tennessee
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She sounds a little eccentric, but why won't you let your son around her alone anymore? That sounds a little extreme on your part.
Well... thats what my ex said. (scratches head...)
When someone is claiming to read my son`s ora, and freaks out because they see loneliness around him, then start pumping him with personal questions, as to why he feels this way, and God knows what else was said......and done. Its a Mothers intuition to kick in, about here.
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Old 01-04-2009, 02:31 PM
 
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Well... thats what my ex said. (scratches head...)
When someone is claiming to read my son`s ora, and freaks out because they see loneliness around him, then start pumping him with personal questions, as to why he feels this way, and God knows what else was said......and done. Its a Mothers intuition to kick in, about here.
How old is your son?
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Old 01-04-2009, 02:31 PM
 
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How old is your son?
Just turned 10.
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Old 01-04-2009, 02:32 PM
 
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I suggest you call the authorities immediately. May I suggest the FBI,the local police , and Guantanamo Bay Officials.

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Well... thats what my ex said. (scratches head...)
When someone is claiming to read my son`s ora, and freaks out because they see loneliness around him, then start pumping him with personal questions, as to why he feels this way, and God knows what else was said......and done. Its a Mothers intuition to kick in, about here.
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Old 01-04-2009, 02:34 PM
 
Location: Tennessee
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I suggest you call the authorities immediately. May I suggest the FBI,the local police , and Guantanamo Bay Officials.
Thank you artsy, but I think its under control. He is home now.
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Old 01-04-2009, 02:42 PM
 
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Well... thats what my ex said. (scratches head...)
When someone is claiming to read my son`s ora, and freaks out because they see loneliness around him, then start pumping him with personal questions, as to why he feels this way, and God knows what else was said......and done. Its a Mothers intuition to kick in, about here.
If it were me and if this aunt isn't exactly evil but just kooky, I'd bring up some of that with the son and discuss it, just bring it out into the open why you think she's off her rocker in some ways but otherwise a nice lady.

He could even end up getting someone similar for a teacher and he can start learning now that some people have beliefs that you and he can find goofy but that in some ways you like them.

Ask him if he really believes things like she can read his aura, tell him your point of view. It can be part of the education you give your kids, that just because others believe far out and weird things doesn't make them bad and they can still like that person but keep their own mind and way of thinking.
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Old 01-04-2009, 02:43 PM
 
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I'm trying to see what the big deal is, yankee, honestly I am, but I just don't. If she's making him feel bad about himself or is undermining you in some way, that's not cool, but if she is just filling his head with what most of us consider nonsense -- so what? He'll see it for what it is soon enough. In the meantime, it gives his imagination a workout.
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Old 01-04-2009, 02:43 PM
 
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Silence whipper snapper. Your kind is not wanted around here. Be gone with yee, you are to never been seen or heard of again.

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I'm trying to see what the big deal is, yankee, honestly I am, but I just don't. If she's making him feel bad about himself or is undermining you in some way, that's not cool, but if she is just filling his head with what most of us consider nonsense -- so what? He'll see it for what it is soon enough. In the meantime, it gives his imagination a workout.
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Old 01-04-2009, 02:44 PM
 
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I'm not trying to see what the big deal is, yankee, honestly I am, but I just don't. If she's making him feel bad about himself or something, that's not cool -- but if she's just filling his head with what most of us consider nonsense, so what. He'll see it for what it is soon enough.
Thanks. I guess every kid is diffrent, ya` know? Mine worries about things that he should not worry about. If he respects a person, like he does with her, then he will just bleed onto every word that comes out of her mouth.
He is way too smart for his britches.
I honestly don`t think that the physic mumbo-jumbo, ora reading, heal with the hands physic crap is cool around him.
Maybe I am reading more into it, than what is there, but it still upset me, for him. I didn`t like all the personal questions being ask, for one thing!
Its notta!
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