he could be testing his own mettle. “how much pain can I endure”, boredom (back of the car, possibly no electronics or something), emotional numbness with pain being the only thing that feels real… I think as long as you both support him in spite of the divorce – your love for him framed in a way that doesn’t Have THE DIVORCE woven all through it, you’ll be ok. “Your mother should have…” is a phrase I would ban for example. what’s his hobbies? what makes him different from his brothers?

he could be testing his own mettle. “how much pain can I endure”, boredom (back of the car, possibly no electronics or something), emotional numbness with pain being the only thing that feels real…

I think as long as you both support him in spite of the divorce – your love for him
framed in a way that doesn’t Have THE DIVORCE woven all through it, you’ll be ok.

“Your mother should have…” is a phrase I would ban for example.

what’s his hobbies? what makes him different from his brothers?

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