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Dealing with awkward ex
« on: July 26, 2018, 06:35:49 PM »
Hi, I’m beginning to get to the end of my tether with my ex. We broke up almost a year ago and have a 28month old child. Things have been progressively becoming harder. The child lives with her mother, and I as the father see her as much as I can, I work shifts so can’t commit to set days.
I am constantly insulted and told that both my ex and my child would be better off without me around, I feel as though I’m held to ransom over access and have had my ex place rules on the frequency and duration I’m able to spend time with my child.
I’ve asked for mediation, but as yet she won’t commit simply saying they’re better off without me. I’m very anxious and stressed, as not seeing enough of my child, plus I’m concerned that the times I can’t see her will mean I have to pay more, money I simply don’t have.
Can anyone help, please?

 

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