This is a question that I have been asking myself quite often lately. It seems that ever since the divorce my ex-husband has been doing nothing but bitching at me about the kids. Just before the divorce was final I met someone and he is great! He treats me like a queen. He respects me and cares about how I feel. He treats my kids as if they were his own. I really like this guy and really hope things work between us.
Well my daughter has always been a daddy's girl. And even before I met Adam, when she would get mad at me she would tell me she wanted to go live with her dad. Well now she is staying with him and it seems like she hates me. When I call her she does'nt want to talk to me. Or her dad says shes not home then he doesnt tell her that I called. Then when I do get her on the phone she yells at me about why i didnt call her.
Then on the weekends that he has the boys he is forever calling me and bitching about something the kids said. And its always about something thats stupid. And a few times its been about something that the kids told him and it turned out that they lied to him. For example, Will told his dad that I didn't give him his medicine when in fact I did.
But the thing that hurt me most happened today. My ex called and said that the boys wanted to come home. It was only noon. I was at Adams and told him to bring the boys here but he said no. Well then he proceded to call me a bad mom and tell me that I dont care about my kids and that I dont want them. That is so far from the truth. But when he keeps telling me that it makes me start to wonder about myself. I hate him more and more every day. I am to the point that I just don't wanna deal with him anymore. But I don't know what to do........ Any suggestions?????
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