Co-parenting with a PSYCHOPATH

Amy - posted on 01/31/2014 ( 3 moms have responded )

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What can a poor single mama of two little girls ages 7 and 3 and a half do to keep her girls safe and protected from the sickness of their father who pits them against eachother, separates them, raises the eldest up on a sick pedestal while sleeping with her 7 year old when no one, not even CPS will help for everyone believes I am crazy rather than he could do such sickly sexual abuse on his children? I need help.

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 01/31/2014

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Documentation, documentation...this is the key. Photos of suspected abuse. Reports from doctors, counselors, etc. If the kids' teachers have noticed anything and would be willing to make a statement.

Its frustrating, and it is most definitely a process, but it is worth it in the end. If he's withholding contact in spite of a court order, he needs to be brought up on that. You will need to retain an attorney that specializes in family law, preferably one that has been involved in abuse cases before.

Good luck!

Amy - posted on 01/31/2014

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Thank you so much for your response. I find your reply extremely helpful at this point. He has marked me as "crazy" and therefore all of my attempts to report it get help are thwarted. In fact, Child Protective Services just phoned me and suggested that I check myself into the mental facility instead of investigate my concerns. This is the most absurd situation. He is currently scheming with our Court Order and attempting to set me up via PAS. My 6 year old daughter told me last night that she has "screams inside her". I wanna scream too :( Thank you for your support.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 01/31/2014

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You need to have proof. Doctors need to provide proof of sexual abuse via a physical examination. Counselors need to corroborate proof via sessions with the children.

Since sexual abuse is such a stigma, which it very well should be, accusations are not just believed without proof. Start with your attorney. They should have resources to begin your battle.

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