I admit I have a very poor way of dealing with my latest stressor--my adult son has falsely accused me of putting him in a mental institution when he was eight years old! I just try to put it out of my mind and do all the things I know how to do to bring my blood pressure down. What else can I do? He lives many states away, will not speak to me on the phone and and is just ot rational about this. I don't know where this came from all of a sudden, his brother backs me up in the fact that this never happened, so, I will just wait it out until he comes to his right mind again. But, in the mean time, I am upset. I know he is wrong, but I am really stressed because I don't know what caused him to think this about me.View Thread
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