Source: NorthFulton.com

Wrong or right?
January 22, 2014 | 01:42 PM

Listening to you parents try to preach wrong and right is quite possibly the confusing question of them all. There is no wrong or right in this situation. What that mother did to her son is unforgivable, and what that son was doing to his mother is unforgivable. The article leads me to believe that this kid hadn't just begun selling or smoking pot, but it doesn't give me the feeling that there had been consequences in the past for his behavior. That mother needs to stand up and take control for what's is happening under her roof. An 18 year old kid smoking pot at his home is one thing, but having several friends over and "partying" is another. He was taking advantage of his mother and his home that he is so very lucky to have. I'm someone who grew up in this so-called "crisis suburban community" where drug possession is the only crisis and maybe bad driving. Maybe that should be a sign of how the kids feel growing up in these communities. Drug use has a direct correlation with anxiety and angst...

Ben T.
Milton