Byron's son gets into trouble
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Tyrone, earlier today, your teacher called me to tell me that you have been acting up in class. I am disappointed in you. She also suspects you are taking drugs. Are you?
I will stop acting up in class. Plus, no dad, I am not taking drugs, I would never. I know they can really mess up my body.
later that day....
What is this!? Are these? They are drugs! I knew he was up to no good. He lied strait to my face. I will not except this in my house. I am going to have a very stern talk with him. He needs to wake up, and realize that life is not a game.
The next day... Tyrone's teacher called again to complain about Tyrone.
Tyrone needs to get his act together. He is just like how I was. No wonder mom and dad threatened to keep me in Birmingham. Now he had done at least three things.
Today, Tyrone was being disruptive again. He also was arguing with me about his missing work.
later that day...
Tyrone, I have been extremely worried about you these past few days. You have not been making very good choices. You are now in 11th grade. You only have two years until you become a full grown adult, and I cannot make decisions for you. You lied to me.
Back when I was in sixth grade, I used to make the same kind of decisions. If you look at me now, I do not reflect my past behaviors. You still have a chance to change. But you do not have as much time, one year may seem like a lot, but it comes faster than you think.
the next year...
Tyrone, I am very proud your progress. Look at you now! You are graduating! Just a year ago, you were a mess. You have accomplished a lot. I feel safe to set you free into the world.
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