drug addict father

HEATHER - posted on 06/14/2016 ( 8 moms have responded )

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when my daughter was nearly one her father came to me and told me he had a drug problem. with much shock i told him dont worry we can get through this. he went to the doctor. and was diagnosed with bipolar. everyone chalked it up to self medication. so he was on the bipolar meds for a bit. but stopped. started leaving at night when she was asleep. and being out till 3am. A friend of ours got money stolen and accused him. Of course he denied it. but later admitted to it when i found straws cut in his wallet with residue. So sorry he relapsed and wont do it again. Year later. Same thing. My money goes missing. Confront him. He admits relapse. Gets help from a clinic. Couple years go by. Money goes missing again. I had enough. Kick him out. WE are done. he can not see his child. Leaves for rehab in flordia for three months comes back sober and tan. gets a job, a new gf, a car, we do split custody. Year exactly later and recently. Loses his gf, loses his job. admits to relapse when our daughter was asleep. Back in rehab. Like when is enough. enough!? i commend him for fighting for his daughter but she is now six and this has been going on her whole life. I have a full time job, car, and trailer by myself. I am so lost? he tries to get help but cant keep clean? i worry about her safety and think he should have little to NO time with her! but i am scared of repercussions!!!

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Sofia - posted on 07/01/2016

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The repercussions will be that something very serious will happen to your daughter and you. Don't be a martyr, we're not put on this earth to enjoy our life. And that doesn't seem to be happening for you. You've given this man enough chances. Seek legal advise and end this disaster. I'm sorry but you and daughter can't go like this anymore. You need full custody

Susan - posted on 06/16/2016

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Eager - posted on 06/16/2016

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I am so sorry to hear about this, friend. You’re not alone – the pattern you’ve described is extremely common. I would encourage you to talk to him about your concerns regarding his behavior, and even seek counseling for his situation. I know that Focus on the Family has free licensed counselors that you can call at 855-382-5433. A friend of mine has spoken to them about a similar issue she faced and they were great. A group like Celebrate Recovery or Nar-Anon may also give you some support when dealing with your ex’s addiction.  I will be praying for you. Hugs!

JoAnne - posted on 06/15/2016

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It’s too bad he isn’t able to keep his life on track and I think your concern for your daughter is warranted. You seem to be a very caring and concerned mother so, while I understand your fear of repercussions, I agree with the other poster that it may be time to get a lawyer to help you protect your child. There may also come a day when your daughter tries to understand her father’s behavior. She may think there’s something she has done to cause them to be separated, even though that’s not the case. This article might help you explain the situation to her http://bit.ly/262NDEu

Michelle - posted on 06/14/2016

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You need to get it all court ordered. With his history of drug use you could probably get supervised visitation for him as well as drug testing.
Talk to your lawyer and get it sorted out so everyone knows where they stand.

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