A few years ago my son asked me to lend him some money and he promised to pay me back. He had been preparing to go abroad for several years and asked me to make payment arrangements. He said he owed me nothing. I was so frustrated that I said I would take him to small claims court to set his butt on fire. I never intended to sue him.
he stopped talking to me it kills me I don’t even know if my phone number or email address is correct. I have sent him texts and emails to end this estrangement. he doesn’t reply I apologized over and over again and told him I didn’t care about the money, I just wanted him back on his feet. He doesn’t know what else to do. Any suggestions would be appreciated. — Broken Mother
For those who are heartbroken:
First and foremost, make sure your son is safe and healthy. He borrows money, refuses to pay it back, denies he owes you, and then cuts you out of his life is a disturbing pattern of behavior. Please reach out to your son’s close friends and relatives to see if they can find out more about your son’s situation. The more information we have, the clearer we will be on how to proceed.
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