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If you have custody of your teenage child, and they want to leave your custody and go to the other parent or a third party, be open to the change. Often teens wish to get to know the other parent or the fighting between you and your ex has reached a point where they need to get out of the firing line. If there is no danger to your teen, let them go. They will come back as you have left the door open. If you fight them then they will not be able to let you know if life is not what they thought it would be.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|