I'm on day 9 of no contact (not that he's counting). I'd just gotten back home and was reading some mail and look up, there he is standing in front of me. No call first, no knock on the door. I didn't even hear him pull in. I'm sure my expression was shocked! It was an awkward visit with stilted conversation. He has always manipulated me and the last time I had talked to him he asked me to wait until he's in his own place, meanwhile he's living w/ "her" and he doesn't know when his place will be ready, it could be another month. WTF?? I can't say I was overly friendly and I made a couple of sly comments. I think I finally pissed him off and he left. I mean what does he expect? I really don't even know how to react to him anymore and what's worse, I don't think our 17 yr old son does either. He was just as shocked as I was but he won't admit it to me. I try talking to him about it and all he says is that it doesn't bother him, that he just wants to focus on gratuating high school. But I know it hurts him. Right after H left, my son took a 3 hour nap, probably because he just didn't want to think about it.
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