I am recently separated from my sons mother,though we technically have been broken up for 3 mo's she just moved out 1 week ago.I am having issues with her because she started introducing her new love into my son's life(as mommy's friend so she says)for 2 mo's while still living under my roof.My son(9 yrs old)has taken a liking to him but he doesn't bring him up when he is with me.He has recently mentioned to his mom that he is upset that we are not friends.Should I sit him down and explain to him I can't be friends with mom and her friend(who by the way has basically moved in with her)She has been shoving this guy down everyones throat,bringing him to my son's baseball games.I'm afraid to drive my son away but I have been swallowing my pride for 3 mo's now and I feel that he is slipping away from me
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