Anonymous - posted on 02/28/2015 ( 4 moms have responded )
What to do when non-custodial parent just cannot accept not being primary? After two Judges, 6 court appearances, Social workers and a social study; I remain the primary and non-custodial still has minimal visitation, not even standard. They made it clear that I am "unfit" according to them and a problem in their way. The lengths NC has gone to is really rather sad, but most of all a little worrisome as the verbal abuse gets worse and the private investigators following me around, has made me begin watching my every move. A slight bruise from learning to walk, sends panic and fear to me being as though everything is amplified and has been completely manipulated and exaggerated in order to gain custody. Any advice from other custodial parents that have experienced the same thing? I do not lose sleep over this, but we still have final orders to go for, not to mention we are to co-parent for the next 18 years. NC has made it clear that they do not wish to work together but that with a little push (forcing me to do thing's we do not agree on by way of our child) we can make decisions if I simply concede to their demands as they are paramount to mine. VERBATIM.
At what point does this kind of "parenting" frowned upon and when is it actually detrimental to the children, let alone the whole process?