We are a religious family and I did not disagree what the scripture said, I just felt it is being taken out-of-context and used on a 6 year old child who will grow up afraid and with low self esteem. She has told several exagerations of stories lately and they say they are having a lot of trouble with her lying to them. I think they punish her too severly and this causes her to lie to them.
Should I apologize for the sake of seeing my grandchildren or hold fast and hope he will re-think his position? When we asked to see them yesterday since we are going out-of-town for a month, he said he thought they need to take a break from the grand parents. My husband then got into a 3 hour conversation that lead to his yelling and screaming and telling me it was my fault I couldn't see the kids and I would have to live with that.
I didn't mean my husband was yelling and screaming, it was my son. I told my son if a psychiatrist said I was wrong and I should apologize, I would do it. I don't want to do it just because he is blackmailing me. I just wanted a third party opinion.
I don't want this to be a way of life from now on.