My situation is getting crucial, and I don\'t know what to do. I\'ve already figured that the best my family can do is wish me well -- which leaves me little choice other than to move back into a shelter. Which means that I have to tell my son why(who is in a residential treatment center for dysthymia - a constant state of depression)because of the small window of time I\'ll be able to talk to on any given day (which may or may not coincide with the time he\'s allowed to talk on the phone). After finally finding him again, and being able to talk to him through, I feel like I\'m throwing him away. His behavioral issues, I\'d been told were worse before we knew where each other was. How do I reconcile with the possibility that things might get worse again? How do I tell him why I have to make myself inaccessible? This isn\'t fair to either of us.
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