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Comment: No to your first question

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No to your first question

We have just been friends since grammar school.

Regardless of how good he is, he did not live up to his commitment. What if he was one of the fastest on the team (which he is not) and they were relying on him to win one of the races to advance to the state finals, which begin next week? Would it be ok then to let him do as he pleases?

I think the part of the role of parenting is to guide your kids and help them make good decisions.