I did a bad thing. I own that. My son went to see his therapist last night. It's a small practice and the building was empty with the exception of the three of us. The therapist left the door to the hallway open for me, because it locks. He thought I might need to use the restroom. Ferb's voice carries down the hall. I listened. If he hadn't been suicidal earlier in the month, I would not have listened. Keep in mind that I was eavesdropping down a hallway and I could potentially have misunderstood some of this. Ferb admitted to have a relationship with a married woman. She was the person who talked to him all night the night he was so upset that he had to go to the ER. She apparently wanted him to wake me up to take him to the hospital; he waited until morning. I clearly heard that she has a husband, and that he is worried about people "finding out" about them. I also heard the phrase, "she could lose her job." When he was in the hospital, he had me text one of his teachers to give her the passcode to go visit him. I recall asking him at the time "Is this appropriate?" His answer was that she was the teacher helping him with college applications. I did note that he had her phone number memorized. She went to visit him at the hospital. I am disgusted with this woman. I do have the option of contacting her and reaming her out. I'm not sure that would fix anything. I have this hatred of adults who have relationships with children. It happened to me, so I know how firsthand it messes with your mind. I put her in this category since she is a high school teacher. I'm certain that Ferb will not be the only boy she has a fling with. She has access to the kids' information, so perhaps she chooses boys who are legal adults. What she is doing with Ferb is not illegal, but it is immoral. Ferb thinks that they are in a relationship and that "she really loves me." Weigh in guys.