I would recommend that you and your husband see a family therapist as a couple. This problem, your fear, anger and resentment, your marital discord, and your son's confusion and anxiety about the position he occupies in this dilemma will not go away with time. All aspects of this multi-layered dilemma will only intensify over time. Your son deserves two parents who are on the same page about this issue.
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Carleton Kendrick has been in private practice as a family therapist and has worked as a consultant for more than 20 years. He has conducted parenting seminars on topics ranging from how to discipline toddlers to how to stay connected with teenagers. Kendrick has appeared as an expert on national broadcast media such as CBS, Fox Television Network, Cable News Network, CNBC, PBS, and National Public Radio. In addition, he's been quoted in the New York Times, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, USA Today, Reader's Digest, BusinessWeek, Good Housekeeping, Woman's Day, and many other publications.
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