That happens sometI messaged. But these days the law punish parents that do it in some states
- It's not the kids faultimate why should they sufferVote A
- no kids need both parentsVote B
- it's basically to use kids as a pawn to harm the other parentVote C
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I've explained this on here a couple of times in similar questions.
My son's dad isn't in his life at the moment, but it's got nothing to do my ex and I's feeling towards each other, or anything that's happened between him and I it's about the way he behaves sometimes.
He's always been a certain way, and had a certain temper. I have always known that, but because I loved him so much at the time, and because I wanted to have a family with him, I always chose to look the other way. Sometimes you think if it's not affecting you, it doesn't matter. You go out of your way to make excuses for that person.
When our son was born, things seemed to calm down, but only for a really short time, and then when my son was seven months old my ex went to prison for GBH. He was only sentenced to a year and he's been out since the beginning of this year, but that time away from him made me think about the whole situation, and him differently.
He chose to go and do what he did above everything else in his life, and that, among other things spoke volumes to me.
How he is, I don't want my son around that, and I don't want him to grow up thinking how he acts is Ok, or even right.
This whole situation has broken my heart. My son doesn't have his dad around and I know my ex is hurting. It's really crappy all round.
We planned my son, we wanted a family, but he's shown me now what kind of parent he is.
We've got a court hearing coming coming up and we'll see what happens, but I don't think I'm a bad person for wanting to protect my son.0
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