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From: Annette (m1c5e36d0.tmodns.net)
Subject:         Re: problems with ex spending a fair amount of time with our teens...
Date: March 14, 2007 at 5:56 pm PST

In Reply to: problems with ex spending a fair amount of time with our teens... posted by Brenda C. on March 14, 2007 at 9:56 am:

Brenda,
You have nothing to lose, and so much to gain. He is this child's parent - legally, and he CHOSE to parent this child. He has NEVER been legally absolved of his parental duties. Usually, a parent trying to decrease time with the other parent is reminded how each parent deserves "parenting time" with the children.

Be sure to keep a log or notes of your contact with X and his comments, action, inaction, etc. Dates and times are important to substantiate this. You NEED a court order in this case - no doubt this is why he was supporting you "voluntarily", so that he could back out as desired. Parenting doesn't really work that way!!!

Interesting that he is back in a church - has he ever apologized or sought your forgiveness?? Just curious.

P.S. I know you need the break, and your son needs a Dad too!!


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