Kitt that is just awful. your son sounds like he cant catch a break. how dare your DIL charge up that money and not tell? taking the kids as well? from what you have said, your son is a good man. and from what i know of you, i know that you would have raised a gentleman, not someone who deserves to be dragged through the mud.
absolutely he is in my prayers, as are you. you need this like a hole in the head. please give yourself permission to be upset, i know you want to be strong for your son and grandkids, but its important that you try and stay well for yourself.
i teach kids with special needs, and i understand the child with aspergers will not react well to change, and change in the structure of his life. this can be really detrimental. the mother doesnt sound like she has it together (you mentioned she may be bi-polar?)
sending hugs and prayers and bucket fulls of love your way my precious friend,
'He heals the broken hearted and binds up their wounds.' (Psalm 147:3)
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Age:28. First diagnosed at 14. Proud Aussie.