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Good Tuesday to all;
I am Allie from MO (Raytown and yes Mama’s Family”.
A little about me I am from a strong line of the craft, makes me a Heredity White Witch. Being brought aware by my Great Grandmother and her mother my Great Great Grandmother paternal side and maternal Great Grandmother of Native (indigenous) Cherokee People, she was the Shaman of the tribe. I am very very in-tune with being a 2 spirit individual. French from 1300’s that was documented but believe even further back on my paternal side. This year “2021” I have publicly announced my GIFTS and Accepted my calling. Thank you to all the Goddess yes I favor my female more than male I am not TRANS but just a fabulous GAY INDIVIDUAL And I like to talk as if it’s not obvious! BLESSED BE to all.
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My sincerest apologies on typing in “capital letters” screaming is never a good action unless needed as in perils.
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Welcome to the site. There are quite a few folks on here that have a real depth of knowledge. I hope you find it informative.
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I know this is not the right thread and I don't have a clue how to get to the right one.

I am a desperate mother of a very troubled teen boy. I mean like extremely troubled. I am knew at this, and I am willing to try anything. I was looking for a spell to change my son, because if he doesn't change his ways he is going to end up dead or in prison but more likely dead.

My fiance and I have tried everything we possibly could within our financial means for years to try to help our kid. He has been trouble since before he started going to school and with the passing of time it has only gotten worse and worse.

I am going to start with a simple personality spell to see if it helps him but I did read about there being consequences to using this spell. I am not trying to do this out of my own benefit or to harm someone. I am trying this spell because I need to help my son change his ways.

If there is anyone out there that could help a desperate and depressed mother, I would be so grateful. So if there is someone out there, please please help me.

Thanks
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Norma, you'd be best starting a new thread (not knew).

The thing is this: Your son needs a real coming of age and that includes difficulty. Something, somewhere, has put him on a dangerous path. Some people come to their own after such a path and learn better. Some don't. But the fact is that you cannot change him. He has to come to the point where he realizes he has to change, himself. No spell you do will "fix" him by any means.

But god luck. And I mean that. I hope his path does not accost you too detrimentally. He has his own path to walk, and no matter how much you may want to protect him from the negative outcomes of his actions, sometimes that's exactly what a person needs. Difficulty breeds lessons, if the person is willing to see those lessons.

I know it is difficult as a parent, but there is always a time to let someone make their own decisions. It is not easy to watch them go down a damaging path, but that path hopefully leads to knowledge and self-improvement. It remains that you cannot change him. He must decide to change himself.

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