Weeks go by and he’s still here. Becoming more and more A barbecue stain on my white shirt with each passing day. Every day I checked to make sure nothing was missing. I love my brother with all my heart, but I trust him about as far as I can throw him. How far can I throw him? Well, let’s put it this way…I wouldn’t be able to lift him off of the ground just to throw him an inch out in front of me. I stayed in the Club longer than I should have. The mom pulled her son the next week and his dad apologized to me. My director informed me that she had had issues with all of the previous teachers as well and they expected her to pull her son soon anyway.
You don’t mention his age but I’m assuming he is an adult. You don’t have to do anything you don’t want to do. It’s not your crime. You’re not responsible for his actions. If you want to go then go. If not then don’t. It’s that simple. What you “should” do is whatever you decide to do. Some other people are saying it’s a huge failure not to go see him, I don’t agree with that. Once an adult you’re responsible for your own life choices.
A barbecue stain on my white shirt, hoodie, sweater, ladies-tee and tank top
Best A barbecue stain on my white shirt
I told him that we don’t hug that way. I told him that adults that were in love hugged that way and that children were given a different kind of hugs that were more appropriate to them and the different type of love that they deserved. They deserved a more innocent and caretaking type of love, and not the adult love that he had experienced. He looked at me confused and told me that his father would hug him that way and that his father loved him and told him that you hug people that you love in sexual ways like that. That you allow them to touch you and that it might hurt you, but that it just meant that they really loved you a lot. I had to fight back tears in my eyes. I knew that I couldn’t have this conversation with him, especially because I wasn’t his parent or his primary caretaker, and that I didn’t want to give him any bad information or anything that he could repeat and risk it becoming skewed and seem as though I was being inappropriate with him.