I finally decided to join a support group because there’s

I finally decided to join a support group because there’s only so much I can share with my family / others that I’m close with. My child’s father is in her life but when he comes to visit her it seems like he always has a problem with every little thing. He likes to point out what I’m doing wrong, rashes on her neck, any little scar on her, etc. I’ve come to a point that I don’t know if I want him to come over to see her anymore. Of course I want him to be in her life, but it’s like nothing can ever be good when he comes over to visit.

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DearPeace's picture
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Oct 12

Have you tried sharing with him in a loving way the same as you've done here? Telling him exactly how you feel.

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CKBlossom's picture
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Oct 12

I agree with @DearPeace, he is a visitor in your home, you are her custodial parent and if he wants the privilege of being in her life, than he needs to stop tearing you down and be supportive or you will find a solution like a visitation facility that will oversee their visits.  

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andine's picture
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Oct 12

@CKBlossom is right. Stressing you out and being disrespect is totally unacceptable. Visitation can be a court ordered issue but that does not give him the right to come into your home and behave inappropriately. Hope you have access to legal and or or professional therapeutic support if needed so that you can establish healthy boundaries to protect you and your daughter from this type of verbally and emotionally cruel behavior.

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