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    I haven't seen nor heard from my son's "father" since November last year. I've never stopped him from contacting DS but I'm glad he's gone.

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    No.

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    No not really. Things were ok before he repartnered, but since then its all gone down hill. I must say though, since we've been through court he's been a lot more civil, and even calls to speak to DD sometimes (which is a huge step up!).

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    Yeah we get along well. Both very flexible to help out the other when needed. Have coffee together with the kids sometimes.

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    With DS' dad it varies..

    With DD's dad, no. I hate him, he hates me, we're polite in front of our daughter but thats it

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    My DD's father cut contact completely when I was pregnant the three conversations we have had in three years were not pretty. I don't like the kind of life he leads now I don't think he is a fit person to becaround my daughter. He has no contact so I don't have to stress.
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    At first, no. No no no. FOB and I broke up when DS was 1 (almost 7yrs ago now). We did everything to hurt and punish eachother. But, after a while we realised that we will be in each others lives forever now, so we may aswell be civil. It turned out great. Many people on here know that, for a while last year and in previous years, when things have been tough me and ExDF (FOB) have lived in the same house along with our partners...all one big 'happy' family. Its tough at time but he will always be in my life so Id rather try make it enjoyable. We dont always agree, and argue every now and then on things, but we are definitely friends.
    I still love him but not in that way and he will always be important in my life...whether I like it or not. For me, its as simple as that though i am definitely aware that our circumstance is not the norm.


 

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