My son has a g/friend that he takes upstairs to his room and is behind closed doors for hours. My 4 year old daughter will go upstairs to talk to her brother only to be told to go play with mommy, that he's busy. My daughter is very close to my son's g/friend and doesn't understand why they send her away. I'm tired of my daughter crying, hurt over not being allowed in her brother's room. I've told my son over and over not to be alone in his room behind closed doors. I expect him to obey that rule. He refuses. He said he needs privacy. Not at 16, sorry. And I also found marijuana in his room and threw it away in front of him. He has now left my home and wants to live with his father, hoping there will be no rules there. My son has been in counseling, didn't help. Not sure how to deal with this without using force, keeping him home and away from g/friend. I used the "my home, my rules" speech, didn't work. He's left my home.Any help would be appreciated.
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