i live in a group home and my two teens have been adopted back in 1996 they are good kids good grades and all that and i'm very proud of them i really am. i was wondering if i have the right in my letters to them if i can include my email addresses or im id's so i can chat with or email them we have a psycologist that works here that proofreads my letters to my children to make sure everything is ok with the letters. because you see i live in agroup home for the mentally ill and a couple years ago when i was decomping which means my illness got worse i'm bipolar the seroquel i was tkaing stopped working for me and my mother who moved three doors down the hall from me in the same building passed away she wasn't weven there a couple of months and my sister and i lost her. later on i had written a letter to my children and i put stuff in that i didn't know that was upseting or that would upset them i was ill back then. but i am better now and i have good communication with them now so would it be ok to add my email address and im id's in my letters to them? the psycologist here says it's not appropriate to give them my email address's or im id's i mean i'm their mother not her. who's right who's wrong? thank you
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