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    Um I hope you told him where he can place his agreement. Bleurgh. He sounds awful. I agree with other posters, I don't see that you can be obliged to agree to anything until he sets foot in Australia. Your obligation is to prioritise your daughter's wellbeing, not his whims.

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    He said today he wants an agreement in place before he returns and will draft me his proposal 'in the near future'.

    Will keep you all updated on his sure to be breathtaking wants.
    I can't believe how arrogant and self centred he is behaving. As though he cares not for the needs or transition for his own DD and only wants what he wants. He moves COUNTRIES and expects to come home and everyone be accommodating to his needs? Pfft.

    Keep all of the contacts he is making and details of everything he is saying. I wonder if he has even considered that returning to that arrangement is not in the best interests for your DD as he is probably a stranger to her.

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    She had been spending one night a week at his house, he wanted more than that straight up upon his return. He is not thinking of her at all.

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    I would up and move and change email accounts and pretend you know nothing .. ....he's going to flutter in and out of her life when he pleases....pfft

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    I would up and move and change email accounts and pretend you know nothing .. ....he's going to flutter in and out of her life when he pleases....pfft

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    I'm sorry but you can't move to the other side of the world and then decide because you've come back that you'll have a relationship with your daughter again. It just doesn't work that way!

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    A few emails and your ex has caused you significant anxiety. It will help if you firm up your boundaries. He does not call the shots in your life. Send him an email saying you will discuss it when he's back in Australia and then don't reply to any more of his emails. Then I would be reading up on boundary setting and narcissism.

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