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Hey Shannon! Relationship Question for October 29, 2013

"My 11-year old son just attended a birthday sleepover. He had a lot of fun, but he's been waking up with nightmares for the past two nights. Turns out, they watched the movie Halloween at the party and he was terrified. I don't let my kids watch scary movies for that very reason and I’m so mad that a parent showed my child a movie like that without checking with me first. And I’m upset that my son didn't stand up for what's right and say he's not allowed to watch movies like that. Am I justified in being angry?"
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Today's question:

"My 11-year old son just attended a birthday sleepover. He had a lot of fun, but he's been waking up with nightmares for the past two nights. Turns out, they watched the movie Halloween at the party and he was terrified. I don't let my kids watch scary movies for that very reason and I’m so mad that a parent showed my child a movie like that without checking with me first. And I’m upset that my son didn't stand up for what's right and say he's not allowed to watch movies like that. Am I justified in being angry?"


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