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Met with T's support team - his counselor, his case worker, and his probation officer yesterday day and it went well.  There were some things that happened and needed to be addressed.  Now I understand why T has been very angry with me.  He angry because he thinks that he will come off of probation quicker if I don't report the things he is or is not doing.  He doesn't connect that it has nothing to do with me but with him.  I told him that if he does what he's supposed to do, then I would have nothing to say.  It's all up to him.  I also said that even if there aren't any issues, he won't be coming off of probation until February.  He's in a special program that will not release him.  Even if I wanted it (the probation officer said), it wouldn't happen.  There are some things T gets into his head, whether it's accurate or not, that no matter what you do or say, is almost impossible to convince him otherwise.  His thinking is soooo stubborn.  It's so frustrating sometimes.    Met with his teachers this morning.  He may, afterall, be able to graduate on time.  Because he chose not to participate in gaining more credit hours while in treatment, he's paying for it now.  If he decides to step up to the plate and work hard, he will get the chance to do some credit recovery next semester.  But it's up to him.......

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Hopefully there was a resounding chorus and review of established documents that Feb. is the earliest date......It sounds like your husband has been absent from the / this conversation......if so, I\'m sorry you\'re having to go it alone ........Hang in there!!!