I am just using this couple as an example only:
Dad denied access to children by ex wife
They are both z-listers in the UK and she is constantly calling the paps and he is constantly tweeting about her and their issues.
To the bigger issue, are children turned against their fathers following divorce?
Should dads have the right to visitation following divorce?
What if the dad was abusive, an alcoholic, a former criminal, a gambler, not a good person (e. g. a liar, a layabout, put his friends before his family)?
Are children the victims between bitter exes?
Will the children suffer from all the negative publicity in cases such as this?
Dad makes a mistake, is then punished in the courts so the child gets a negative view of their dad?
Children turned about dads following divorce
- Yes turned againstVote A
- Not turned againstVote B
- Courts favour mothers and dads are left out in the coldVote C
- OtherVote D
Most Helpful Guy
Children are victims, mothers often tell their children from her negative experiences with their husband. To make an example, my mother forced out my father cause he drank (he never hurt her though) he drank cause money was short. After she forced him out she made it clear to us that he was a bad person. Years later she picks up drinking and I leave, more time passes and found my father we message on occasion and he no longer drinks but is a nice guy.
People often tell aside of the story to make themselves look good often not telling the part that makes them look bad.1
Most Helpful Girl
My parents were divorced. My dad gave up his rights because he didn't want me and didn't want to pay his 50 bucks in child support. My mom didn't fill my head with lies, he told me he didn't want me and would ignore me if he seen me because of his new family. My mom blamed herself for my dad leaving and kicking us out. She didn't turn me against him, I still spent many hours crying because I wanted my dad. Now I have him back and he hasn't changed. My dad's a very shitty person. He's all forms of abusive behavior. It just depends on the situation but this is mine.1