I'm 21years old and have now been a step-mum to 4year old boy for over a year now he lives with me and his dad, things were hard for me at first adjusting to look after someone other than myself. I've taught him how to write, I take him for walks, we go to the park, I pick him up from kindergarten and take him there on time he now eats all the food that we do when he used to nothing but chicken nuggets, he has a bed time he gets stories read to him, - none of these he had before I moved in his life is now far more stable and his behaviour shows that Evrytime second weekend he sees his mother and he comes back a different child (but thats another story). Anyway I know that he's just a little boy and needs love and stabilty and all that but when he comes to being affectionate towards him I can't do it, I'll give him a cuddle if he falls over and hurts himself but I cannot be affectionate towards him just randomly is it what you would call emotionally detached? I am fine with my my son which is his half brother and my partner seems to think that I will his sons life "miserable" - I quote, because of my lack of affection. So what I'd like to know is what everyone elses relationships are like with their step children.
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