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Ugh. So tired of this woman! She is hardcore addicted to meth and she has been out of dds life for years and years. She has never once called sent a card on a birthday, or done anything! She signed over all of her rights to sd so she wouldnt be ordered to pay support anymore (although she was court ordered before she signed over, and never paid) but thats besides the point. She texts my husbands phone last night saying she wants to see DD and she wants to bring her new husband with her and her two other kids that they BOTH dont have custody of (her new husbands MOTHER has full custody of the kids because they are both meth addicts). Anyway, SD saw the text before my husband did and she is insisting to see her mother. She hasnt seen her mother in 9 years. What should we do?! Let her see her? bring her new husband and two other kids which SD has never met in her life? 

Posted by Anonymous on Mar. 7, 2013 at 8:27 AM
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by Ruby Member on Mar. 7, 2013 at 8:35 PM


Quoting hddcooper:

I would allow her to see her mother in a neutral location with you guys supervising. If you don't , she may end up resenting you and her father. It will not take much for her to see her mother as she truly is. The addiction will not allow her to be a good person and your dd will figure it out. Good luck.

by Gold Member on Mar. 7, 2013 at 8:37 PM

I would allow her, but only with her and her mom for now.. Kinda as an incentive for bioMom to continue the visitation and not just skip out after the visit.. Then integrate the others into the visitation.. I feel like maybe everyone all at once would be a little too much..

by Anonymous 6 on Mar. 7, 2013 at 8:42 PM
Let her see her.I have never meet my BF but I have always wanted to meet him just to ask him why.He left my mom KNOWING she was pregnant with me and never cared to even try to meet me.If you don't she may end up with that question of why in the back of her head.Let her mom try to explain it to her.If anything she will get some answers.
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