The fake PO to the rescue!!  

rm_LostLilSoul 46F
373 posts
8/4/2005 7:07 am

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The fake PO to the rescue!!

Well an update to my problem with my son,,,We went to juvenile court yesterday. unknowing to my son, I had already called the man who was in charge of my son's parafanila case. He said there wasent really anything he could do but he was willing to come up with a scare tatic by the time we had to come in. We went in, sat down and he started asking my son all kinds of questions about his drug usage. My son of course lied his ass off but wasent aware I had already told the guy when the last time he used and what he used so he told my son that he was going to be on informal probation for 6 months and he was sending him to a drug eval. and depending on what they said he could possiably be going to inpatient treatment until he was 18,,So my son says well they have a day treatment program here at the local hospital could I go to that? The man says if you are willing to commit to that I will put this drug eval on hold so you dont have to risk going somewhere til your 18,,but if you drop dirty even once, Im turning this over to the judge and it will be him you see next, and then your looking at lock up at the boys prison here. My son went white as a ghost and was happy to accept the day treatment program. The funny thing is this man couldnt of sent him anywhere. He just made my son think this and it worked perfectly. So today we go and enroll him into this drug treatment and hopefully it will help him realize the road he has started down isnt the best choice. I am trying to stay hopeful and I think that might have been the scare my son needed. Thanks for all your support,,and suggestions,,,and the picture is the rainbow that was out in front of my house yesterday morning,,it was huge

UncleBuck0 79M
3 posts
8/4/2005 9:58 am

hey, way to go! More power to you!!!!!! Great picture of the rainbow.

Philosophy_N_Sex 49M/47F

8/8/2005 2:20 pm

From one parent to another good job. It is true it is deception, but their is truely a greater cause here. drugs kill, and drugs make good kids into liars, way to preempt a bad situation.
Can you change what friends he has?

warpriest 41M

8/9/2005 10:08 pm

It ashames me to admit that I have done the same thing to my mother, and of all the things that I regret in my life, the way I made her feel is the one thing that I wish I could change. However, she is the reason I am still amongst the living, and drug free. Watch your son. He WILL relapse. Keep things like going out to zero. If he wants to go somewhere, or do something, you go with him. Never, ever allow him to be alone. Eventually, he will find enjoyment in things that do not involve drugs. But it will take time. I was lucky to survive my addiction, but mainly, I was lucky my mother was there to insure that I survived.

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