I been with this guy off and on for 10+ yrs. He is really the only father figure my 4yr old son has had even though it is not biological father. But here lateley my boyfriend has been easily provoked to snap at my son. My son whines a lot and absolutely drives my boyfriend nuts. However, this time, I think he went too far as too pop my son in the mouth with the back of his fork as we were eating dinner. My mouth dropped to the floor and told my boyfriend that my son has a cut on his lip already. I had to make an extra effort to exercise my anger management skills and decided to address it later and take my son in the other room to make sure he wasn't severly hurt. My question is, how do I approach and open a discussion to my boyfriend about his choice to hit my son with a fork in his unacceptable manner of attempting to discipline my son for his unerving whining?
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