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    Default Re: Punching nurses :(

    I would be very worried, if he assults a nurse in n.s.w the police & to my knowledge docs will be called, his inability to control himself could result in him loosing his child all together.

    His attitude towards your other little girl is also very concerning, he chose you and knew you had a kid so he needs to be there for the three of you.

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    Can I ask what it is that you like about your current partner?

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    Hun this is sounding worse and worse. He doesn't sound like a safe person. I think you should lay the whole situation out at your next appointment and see what help the hospital can give you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wherewerewe91 View Post
    Not sure how it works in Victoria, but if he pulled that kinda sh$t up here in Queensland, not only would security be removing him from the hospital, staff would most likely file assault charges with you, DOCS would get involved as he is now violent and worst case scenario they would not allow the baby home with you unless you were going to a different residence from him.

    So tell him to pull his head in and stop acting like a d$ck otherwise, his actions for a split second could result in very very severe consequences.
    There are signs up all over the hospitals up here .. you get physical or even verbally aggressive towards staff .. you will be escorted off the premises and police will be called. The hospital staff face aggression everyday .. people come in high on drugs/ overdosed/ drunk/ aggressive after fights and its basically "no tolerance" because they deserve to work in a safe environment.

    You need to speak to your husband calmly about this - if he reacts with anger .. he will find that he will no longer be able to access the hospital even IN visiting hours .. worse still he could find himself in serious legal trouble.

    I understand why they have strict hours - newborn babies and their mothers need rest and time to feed (privately!) its a hard slog being a new mum .. physically, mentally and emotionally.

    I am concerned that he isn't happy to collect your daughter she is part of the family and should be looked after with love if he is not going to be supportive of her while you aren't there - can she be with someone else for awhile?

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    the reason they do it in a shared room is for privacy...if 4 people all have partners etc...it can mean mums don't get any rest.

    His attitude towards your daughter scares me...DH is my Ds's step dad, and he would never consider leaving him out or not wanting him around or leaving him not cared for.

    Are you guys living together?

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    Almost a year.. And sometimes he gets like this.. then gets over it.. Alarm bells are ringing, but i love him. I get stuck in abusive relationships my last one was for 5 years... But he has been there through this all and helping me with everything. There is the odd occasion where he forgets about my daughter, and i know i have to do everything for her anyway, she isnt his responsibility.

    The whole situation has just made me feel horrible and like im not a good mother to my daughter or the one that is going to be born.
    Im high risk for pre term labor already having the baby engaged and dilated 1cm with a soft cervix. Im on bedrest so i feel slack as it is, now i just feel like i cant do anything right. If I let myself go home , i risk infection and problems with the baby that might of been picked up at the hospital. Or if i stay i risk having no one to watch my daughter because he now wont..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahlsandbubs View Post
    Almost a year.. And sometimes he gets like this.. then gets over it.. Alarm bells are ringing, but i love him. I get stuck in abusive relationships my last one was for 5 years... But he has been there through this all and helping me with everything. There is the odd occasion where he forgets about my daughter, and i know i have to do everything for her anyway, she isnt his responsibility.

    The whole situation has just made me feel horrible and like im not a good mother to my daughter or the one that is going to be born.
    Im high risk for pre term labor already having the baby engaged and dilated 1cm with a soft cervix. Im on bedrest so i feel slack as it is, now i just feel like i cant do anything right. If I let myself go home , i risk infection and problems with the baby that might of been picked up at the hospital. Or if i stay i risk having no one to watch my daughter because he now wont..
    If he wants to be in a PARTNERSHIP with you then SHE is his responsibility as well hun, it does not work like oh i love you, were a family but that one is not mine so i am not dealing with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahlsandbubs View Post
    Almost a year.. And sometimes he gets like this.. then gets over it.. Alarm bells are ringing, but i love him. I get stuck in abusive relationships my last one was for 5 years... But he has been there through this all and helping me with everything. There is the odd occasion where he forgets about my daughter, and i know i have to do everything for her anyway, she isnt his responsibility.

    The whole situation has just made me feel horrible and like im not a good mother to my daughter or the one that is going to be born.
    Im high risk for pre term labor already having the baby engaged and dilated 1cm with a soft cervix. Im on bedrest so i feel slack as it is, now i just feel like i cant do anything right. If I let myself go home , i risk infection and problems with the baby that might of been picked up at the hospital. Or if i stay i risk having no one to watch my daughter because he now wont..
    Time to put you and your daughter first.

    How dare he not be there for your daughter. That should speak volumes for you.

    Kids must come first. No exceptions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahlsandbubs View Post
    Controlling sometimes on certain issues but thats about it.. I dunno i just now feel so down in the dumps. I was hoping that if i had bubba when i have my daughter he would be able to watch her but he made it clear he will not be and i have very little family support here My sister said she can watch her but she cant for the whole time. I guess i just feel like i was stupid to have kids in the first place..

    If i cant look after the first one when i go into have the second one.. how am i meant to be a good parent? I have no help, the ex is a stalker and my current partner now is showing true colors towards my first daughter

    Hi op, do you mean when you have the baby or when you are recovering in hospital?
    He really should be willing to take the load off you with your first daughter. Im a step parent and there is no way i could deny my Dsd. Im a stepkid myself and step-dads can be very very cruel, i shudder to think what would have happened if my mum and step-dad had kids

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Time to put you and your daughter first.

    How dare he not be there for your daughter. That should speak volumes for you.

    Kids must come first. No exceptions.
    Absolutely.

    You don't deserve to be treated this way, and I'm sorry but knowing how these things go, he is only going to get worse. You may love him but you sure as hell don't deserve to be treated this way. You deserve so much better.

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