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    Default Re: Punching nurses :(

    From what you're telling here your DP either is very childish or have mental problem. Maybe it's better to have your ex (DD's bio father) taking care of DD when you are in labour and recovery. I'd tell him to go ahead punch everyone and be prepared to face the consequence, which very likely to be arrested and not allowed to see you and his newborn baby for good.

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    Default Punching nurses :(

    As a nurse in Victoria we have recently been covered by laws that mean if we are assaulted in our workplace there are minimum jail times for offenders. Would your lovely partner like it if people assaulted him in his workplace. Do you think the other poor ladies in your room would feel safe with him around their babies if they heard these threats. In the public system single rooms are not allocated for religious beliefs. They are allocated on medical grounds- infectious patients, traumatic births or caesarian sections, multiple births and foetal death and all reasons for an automatic allocation to a single room where available. All fathers would like to stay however space constraints do not allow for it. Also if I was the nurse in charge of that ward and heard those threats your partner would not be allowed to set foot in the place, DHS would be called to guarantee the safety of your baby and other children and we would have huge issues discharging you to his care. Please discuss this situation with you midwife at your next visit and fx your partner pulls his head in.

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    Default Punching nurses :(

    Who is looking after your DD while you're on bed rest? Are you in hospital?

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    There would be no way I would even want to leave my daughter with him. He sounds like a nutcase.

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    How do you not know your partner and father of your childs beliefs?

    The whole situation sounds really strange and makes even me feel uneasy where I am.

    Threatening to punch nurses? Not wanting to care for his stepkid while you're in hospital?

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    Is there a neighbour that you know that you can leave dd with? or someone from mother's group/daycare/school? i'd trust anyone else before your current partner.

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    Default Punching nurses :(

    Who the he!! says things like that?? He sounds like a horrible selfish man.

    You should put your daughter first.

    He sounds like he has the potential to be a dangerous person if things don't go his way.

    How sad our lovely nurses who dedicate their lives to helping people, have do deal with this kind 'individual'.

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    He sounds like a very toxic person.

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    Default Punching nurses :(

    He seems really weird about the whole thing. Why is he so desperate to be there every single minute after your bubs is born? I just don't quite understand. My partner was there for the birth and a few hours after but then it was tea time and he went home as he was tired too.

    Just sounds like there is something he is not telling you to me.

    I don't even know what to say about threatening staff...awful.

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    He's dreaming if he thinks his rights as a father come above the safety of all other mothers and babies in the hospital. I feel for you.

    Hasn't anyone told him yet that this actually isn't about him, yes he has a role but it's not the starring part.

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