Stay On It
a. I’m sorry to hear this is happening, glad to see you’re staying on it.
- “you’re staying on it” means “you’re sticking to it”, right?
b. You should take away things that make your son’s life easier, you see fit.
- What does “you see fit” mean in this sentence?
Re: Stay On It
Originally Posted by namsteven
b. That should be "as you see fit" = "as you feel it is necessary or appropriate".
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