He needs everything done for him - he is completely incapable of completely taking care of himself. Today I received a very long email from this man in which he confirmed that he loves my son and despite the age difference, which he admits is problematic, he doesn't have any ill intent or ulterior motives.
The heart wants what the heart wants, kind of thing.
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My son has high functioning Asperger's and is currently under the care of a Psychiatrist for anxiety and depression, for which he takes daily medication.
He is a very vulnerable young man who has a terrible relationship with his father (we are divorced) and they are not in contact with each other, so he really doesn't have a strong, competent male role model.
The person I spoke to agrees with me that this is a case of child grooming. I don't want to ruin this mans life or cause any trauma to my son at this precarious time in his life.
There is no point trying to put an end to it - it will only drive my son to take it underground.
At least at the moment he is still talking to me about it.
We made an agreement that he had to focus on his studies (he is a straight A student but has dropped the ball lately) and that the hours long phone calls every night had to stop.
Basically, I agreed to let it continue but they had to cool the jets a bit so my son could focus on his HSC, which he will be sitting next year.