I am having a hard time understanding my 15 year old son. He has no motivation to complete things or use the opportunities given to him. I do career counseling for a living so I know I am harder on him than usual since I don't want to see him end up like some of my clients. He goes to a good school which I pay for and lately I been feeling resentful about paying for this but I don't want him going to the public school since it has gangs and violence. I was thinking of moving but I really don't want to move just because of him. It really pisees me off to know I have to make changes/decisions due to him. I live above my parents which helps me a lot since I am a single parent. I know most teenagers are this way, they don't see the future and are just into having fun but I am trying to figure out why I am taking it real hard. Any thing anyone sees would be helpful.
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