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    Quote Originally Posted by StienTheBean View Post
    #As a SM if your children have special needs, don't think for one minute that you are entitled to help or support. You got yourself into that situation and so you should just learn to deal with it. It's not about the health and wellbeing of your special needs child/children. If you don't like it, you should have kept your legs together. For couples, it's a struggle and we can help your child / children reach their full potential.

    #If you become chronically ill or disabled, we know you're just faking it for handouts. No one is fooled by your mobility aid or tremors. The fact that you look like cr@p fools no one. It's definitely caused by drug use and / or drinking. What?! You're not faking it? Must be caused by an STD then because we all know SM's are total ******.

    #So you're a SM eh? Do you know who the father is?

    #Men should stay away from SM's because they're the kind of women who get pregnant. Single women without children don't.
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    I'm new to this site. Absolutely love the rules. I solemnly swear to uphold the status of self represented good for nothing Mums who have nothing better to do then to waste the time of Judges. After all why would we be focused on what's in the child's best interests when the child has a perfectly responsible abusive father as a role model to look up to!!!!!If we're self representing it's because we really enjoy coming up against a legal team and not at all interested in what's in our child's best interests! I will endeavour to remind myself of my status as a mere single Mum after my episodes of rebellion. Is there a rule in here? xxxx
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    Quote Originally Posted by tumbleweed View Post
    I'm new to this site. Absolutely love the rules. I solemnly swear to uphold the status of self represented good for nothing Mums who have nothing better to do then to waste the time of Judges. After all why would we be focused on what's in the child's best interests when the child has a perfectly responsible abusive father as a role model to look up to!!!!!If we're self representing it's because we really enjoy coming up against a legal team and not at all interested in what's in our child's best interests! I will endeavour to remind myself of my status as a mere single Mum after my episodes of rebellion. Is there a rule in here? xxxx
    Tumbleweed
    ...and for good measure, if you're a single mum who does get legal representation you are seeking an unfair disadvantage over FOB who self-represents in order to get to continue the DV abuse in a sanctioned environment. So it is necessary to level the playing field a bit by giving him enormous leeway to ask stuff the lawyers wouldn't be allowed.

    Rule: If you have lawyers it is because you are hiding enormous wealth that the court should take from you and give to the FOB so that you don't spend it on plasma TVs and drugs. You must care more about hurting FOB than about your children's well-being. If you don't have legal representation, you clearly don't care enough for your children and are too busy spending your stacks of money on plasma TVs and drugs.

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    I should also add that if you are an unwed mother who finds herself pregnant to a man who does not want the child. Forget entirely the fact that this is as much YOUR child as it is the fathers.
    If the father does not want it, you should have an abortion immediately. If you do not then you are only keeping the baby for extra centerlink benefits and or child support. In fact you probably planned the whole thing- got pregnant on purpose- lied about being on the pill just so you can be tied to a poor, sociopathic man who hates your guts for the rest of your life. Yeah thats a stellar life plan that we all aspire to..
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    If you were a married to the Sociopath Father of your child,the legal system does not have the time or the inclination to be wasting it's time on you, even if you're keeping them in work. You ony have yourself to blame! Your duty is to stay with the Sociopath. Do not expect any handouts. Legal Aid, human rights, best interests of the child? What planet are you on? We single parents live in a country where the human rights of all individuals are taken seriously just like in other third world countries!! Recommendations of Barrister representing SM re. DV. - Unless you're beaten black and blue and hospitalised, you do not have a leg to stand on! Whoa is me!! I am a naughty, rebellious Single Mum not allowing Ex Sociopath to harm my son. I must allow Ex Sociopath to play the victim. Afterall how could such a charming, caring, generous Sociopath like one's Ex hurt a flea? I must backdown and not question Ex Sociopath and other Organisations supporting Ex Sociopath as we live in a democracy. Don't worry about the child as he will become a very resilient well adjusted child after years of abuse from his Father. I will continue to do as I'm told wherever possible, to work for the minimum wage in a meaningless job that serves to keep me on the poverty line which is a step up from being under the poverty line. This will ensure I'm unable to access Legal Aid to protect my child and reassure my Ex that all is well on the homefront! I so miss that guilded cage!!!!The cage has been replaced by a gold fish bowl!!!! Please do not feed fish. The fish remains the property of Ex Sociopath and all controlling government bodies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tumbleweed View Post
    If you were a married to the Sociopath Father of your child,the legal system does not have the time or the inclination to be wasting it's time on you, even if you're keeping them in work. You ony have yourself to blame! Your duty is to stay with the Sociopath. Do not expect any handouts. Legal Aid, human rights, best interests of the child? What planet are you on? We single parents live in a country where the human rights of all individuals are taken seriously just like in other third world countries!! Recommendations of Barrister representing SM re. DV. - Unless you're beaten black and blue and hospitalised, you do not have a leg to stand on! Whoa is me!! I am a naughty, rebellious Single Mum not allowing Ex Sociopath to harm my son. I must allow Ex Sociopath to play the victim. Afterall how could such a charming, caring, generous Sociopath like one's Ex hurt a flea? I must backdown and not question Ex Sociopath and other Organisations supporting Ex Sociopath as we live in a democracy. Don't worry about the child as he will become a very resilient well adjusted child after years of abuse from his Father. I will continue to do as I'm told wherever possible, to work for the minimum wage in a meaningless job that serves to keep me on the poverty line which is a step up from being under the poverty line. This will ensure I'm unable to access Legal Aid to protect my child and reassure my Ex that all is well on the homefront! I so miss that guilded cage!!!!The cage has been replaced by a gold fish bowl!!!! Please do not feed fish. The fish remains the property of Ex Sociopath and all controlling government bodies!


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    Rule: Single mums must not socialise with married mums as single motherhood is a condition that may be catching (or is it just me who sees people shuffle away and stop meeting my eye?) - fortunately I do have some married friends who appear to have had a vaccine as they cope just fine.

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    Single Mums must NOT ever socialise with Married Fathers, ESPECIALLY at any function that is based around kids - as a Married Father can be a carrier of the SM disease and will surely pass it onto their wives...

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    haha.. this is funny!!

    Another one.... Single mothers may suddenly, upon becoming single, find other friend's husbands/boyfriends/whatevers attractive and want to hit on them because that are just 'that' hard up
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    If it's a weekday and you've got the day off work and out with the kids everyone just assumes you have never worked a day in your life and had kids purely to get government payouts.

    Don't ever complain to anyone about having to work and get the kids to daycare on your own, as it is your choice to work, you could easily just get government money. Of course then you'd be labelled as a sponge for not working!


 

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