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    First things first - HAPPY BIRTHDAY BINKY!!!!

    P is an a$$ Hun! How dare he do any of that to any of you!!! And how dare he scar B the way he has done! B is better off without him in his life and B is a much better father to him than P ever will!!!

    I'm so proud of you for standing up to P and saying no! You go twinny!!!

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    You stick to your guns. I have just taken advice from my mediator at FRC and have shared my concerns (not about ex-h but someone in his vicinity) and I have solid proof about my concerns. You have shown the correct steps by talking with a school counsellor about your concerns. I would say that if you ever get taken to the Family Law Court the school counsellor would have those notes to support you. Your ex has shown he is inconsistent in his care of your child. You are your child's protector and if you have concerns then you are doing what any good mother would do- anything else would be negligent. Don't be bullied into sending your ds into an unsafe environment if you feel that it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BbBbBh View Post
    You stick to your guns. I have just taken advice from my mediator at FRC and have shared my concerns (not about ex-h but someone in his vicinity) and I have solid proof about my concerns. You have shown the correct steps by talking with a school counsellor about your concerns. I would say that if you ever get taken to the Family Law Court the school counsellor would have those notes to support you. Your ex has shown he is inconsistent in his care of your child. You are your child's protector and if you have concerns then you are doing what any good mother would do- anything else would be negligent. Don't be bullied into sending your ds into an unsafe environment if you feel that it is.
    ditto to this.. stick to your guns.. he has a history of bad behaviour that would be hard for him to explain in court should it come to that.

    you don't have to let him see him.. say no and that he can't see him atm because you're concerned about these issues.. then it's up to your ex if he wants to take legal action against you (let him pay first!).. then you can answer his solicitor with your concerns and it's up to him to prove you wrong.

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    Don't say no as then it can bite you on the ****- say yes so long as its at a professional contact supervision centre at his expense- that way yoru DS gets to see him BUT there is professional supervision to ensure he does nothing inappropriate- in your case with a councellors evidence that you DS shows inappropriate behaviour from the fathers hosue it would be completely ok to have it at a supervision centre until you can be assured your DS is not being taught unacceptable things like that

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    What a woeful situation..hopefully he crawls back under his rock some time soon. I would say after 6 months this is a guilt attempt to make himself not look like a baarstoolll..it's not working, and hopefully he will slink away.


 

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