How do I deal with the 7yr old SS that thinks he's always right? I try not to anymore totally tired of it. But my problem is it reminds me so much of his mother it's disgusting! I knew his mom before my fiance and I were together (that may sound awful) and her personality and way she percieves things are dillusional, irrational, and selfish. Now I don't have to deal with her personality or her by choice but, I do have to deal with his almost exact personality. It drives me insane, a lot! I'm never right about anything and he thinks everything is about him. He's a constant tattle-taler I mean an extreme one (like his mother and she's an adult), and is very hypocritical. Yesterday he had a snack,cereal, now I also allowed my 6yr old daughter to have a snack also so she grabbed a pop tart. Now he comes out of the living room yelling my daughter should be punished for having a breakfast food for a snack. Hellooo what was he eating!?! There's many other instances. So how do I get over the thought I have that this child is so much like his mother at times I can't stand it? I feel bad because he's 7 not an adult and he not his mother but, I can't help feeling disgusted by the way he thinks, acts, and talks.
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