The blameshifting has become something of an artform and for some reason still surprises me.
It also makes me sad, because not even children are immune to being blamed for an adult"s actions, are they?
Perv is now not only blaming DD on things that I don't agree with him doing, he's also blaming his own lawyer!
It's a sense of "he made me!". and "it was what she wanted."
I replied simply as I could and reminded him that she is 10 and shouldn't get to dictate and neither should he!
What kind of person can allow themselves to do that to a kid? And it's repeated.
The only tiny bit of comfort is that at long last, it's not only me getting blamed for his actions and words, but it took 20 years.Ashland 13
The only thing that stays the same, is change. -M. Etheridge