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Leese71

Joined: 5/15/2009

LOL i like that show!

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Muted

Joined: 5/13/2009

Me too. I'm only sad they quit making new ones years ago. :|

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Leese71

Joined: 5/15/2009

I had to shut off my cable. Or wasnt it on PBS?

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Muted

Joined: 5/13/2009

It was on PBS

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chatterbug

Joined: 5/6/2009

Leslie I hope you get an attorney! You just have to get an attorney to help you with this. You can't make him love your daughter... :( If women could get the father's of children to do that, many single mother's lives would be less stressful.

I don't want to scare you ..but any man who abuses a WOMAN when together, will more than likely do so to his children! If he has control issues, watch out. These are the worst types of personalities to deal with! He's going to try to make your life a living hell....so watch out!

Keep your guard up, don't talk to him on the phone at all. Email is the only way to deal with him. I'm going to send you a link which I hope helps you. One good thing about the courts are they aren't going to rock the boat with custody on a 10 month old. When she's older though, be aware that he's going to try to "manipulate" your child to say things or act certain ways. Be prepared to have a healthy family counselor for appointments.

You can't make him love her or want to be with her. If he chooses to use his relationship with her to hurt you..then he's a twonk and I hope god himself strikes him with lightening! (which he will)

I can't stress the importance of getting an attorney!

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Leese71

Joined: 5/15/2009

He was mad at me the last time he kicked me out. I had to call the police. He got so mad after the police left, who told him not to say a word to me, that he lit up a cigarette (we dont smoke in the house) and blew smoke right at her face. She was maybe 3 feet away. And our daughter had an ear infection at the time.

I swear I never knew he would treat our daughter this way. I knew he could treat me like crap, but not our daughter. Anyway, thanks for the post.

Lisa (not Leslie lol)

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Muted

Joined: 5/13/2009

I can't stress the importance of getting an attorney!
Or using purely e-mails and other undeniable forms of evidence when he makes threats.

Also, make sure when he makes the threat, you didn't intentionally antagonize him.

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HEART QUEEN

Joined: 12/9/2008

I can totally relate to your situation and your letting him have leverage.
You have to turn this around. As long as he knows what you want and he knows that he's getting to you he's going to do this.
For him it's not about your little girl. It's a about power.You should take him to court and fight for full custody and take every bit of evidence you have to prove what he really is. If he says he wants to relinquish all rights.. that is just a manipulative tool to control you.
Tell him to go ahead and relinquish.. he's not going to do it. You need to not believe anything he has to say. Don't trust him at his word.
Just turn it around.. Cut the strings he has attached to you.He's "pulling your strings".
You need to let the courts know how he is treating your little girl when he brings her home mid visit and how it's this game that he is playing to get to you and it's not good for her. It's not an example of a loving father.

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Garra1884

Joined: 8/19/2009

I'm just lookin for advice when it comes to my situation so here goes and I hope somebody can help. I left my wife three years ago cuz she started gettin hooked on meth and we were going through custody battles to get our two kids back into our home. I had to leave her cuz she started the drugs and now that I've been seeing the kids on a weekely basis she hasn't seen them in three years. So I'm wondering should I not even bother trying to be friends with my wife and just get the divorce? Should I just concentrate on the kids and not try to move on and date other people? Any and all advice is appreciated

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WestTexPlayboy

Joined: 1/17/2011

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