She wants him to leave (has thrown him out a couple times) already but he keeps coming back to see his daughter. He's not fighting to be forgiven for the cheating though. He only comes for the child.
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I don't stop my ex. And he really hurt me; Not cheated, but he hurt me and I have a lot of emotional problems from it. ( I say that as long as he hasn't hurt our son that he can, I don't say anything negative or say what's happened to/around our son about him either). But I will say this, it's hard on so many levels. But I don't do it for him, I do it for our son, (He doesn't have him alone though, he has him at his parents). My question is why shouldn't she for this? It's not about what he did in the relationship, it's about a childs well-being/needs, a childs well-being/needs should always come first, that's part of being a parent.
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The children should never suffer because of their parents relationship. but unfortunately it happens a lot, they use the child as a bargaining chip or to blackmail a parent. he perhaps does not deserve to get back together with the mother, but he definitely not only deserves but has every right to see his daughter. the daughter needs both parents not just one. he cheated on the mother not the daughter.
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What sort of sick wierdo are you?
Why should the child be prevented from having a relationship with its father?
To be clear, this is about the child growing up with the support of its parents.
If you want to punish the man, don't do it in a way that hurts the child.
Why does this even need pointing out? m not sure your friend has the right moral judgement to be a parent (speaking as a parent myself)