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Originally Posted by Shenjall
Coming from the other side - just b/c he doesnt have problems at your/grandparents house doesnt mean there isnt a problem. Its not snarky or anything, just a different way to look at it since you're with him less than she is.
Have you asked for a compromise? Like, "I'll do the research, heres the info on diet/exercise; heres a menu plan, can we try it for x amount of time then talk about drugs?" Instead of going the court route. Both you and your dh and his mother only want the best for him, right? Give it a try.
I wonder if approaching this as a team, "hey, he's giving you lots of trouble, what can I do to help?" instead of "is this legal?" maybe she'll be more open to suggestion?
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