I've had about enough of seeing questions of mothers who are attempting to keep their children away from their fathers in a divorce. I understand that some fathers are abusive, addicted to drugs and alcohol, etc., and those are reasonable standards by which time with a parent should be limited. However, just because your husband cheated on you and you're mad doesn't mean that you have any right -- legally and MORALLY -- to keep your child away from their dad.
My ex was a SHITTY husband, but he loves his kids. His kids love their daddy. Will I have to balance out dad's crappy value system with some solid ones of my own? Yes. But will my kids be more messed up by never seeing their dad and essentially thinking either "daddy didn't want me" or "mommy kept me away from my daddy?" Absolutely.
Anyone else think these ladies need to get their heads out of their asses with their entitlement and revenge issues?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:42 PM on Jan. 22, 2010 in Relationships
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