trying to get 18yr old daughter away from ex stepfather

Jennifer - posted on 03/07/2014 ( 4 moms have responded )

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I am recently divorced. ..been about 8 months..my 13 yr old daughter lives with me..my 18 yr old chose to stay with ex stepfather. ..she was 15 when we moved here from Arkansas. ..I felt things were going on back home but like any mom ,felt I was imagining...we moved here and they spent more time together, I could not wat ch her 24 hrs..I feel guilty and blame myself...I am a strong Christian but have seemed to loose my faith in all of this...she also put a VPO on me and was able to get it granted..so I feel this was the "plan" to keep me away and they can live how they choose...this has all been a nightmare. .I love my kid's and have never even had a parking ticket. ..I just dont know what to do or where to turn ..I need to get her away from him..I want him to be punished. ..HELP!!!

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 03/07/2014

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Ok, whatever. I'm not going to waste my time. I'm not angry, but I absolutely abhor people who, when asked for clarification, claim that they're being 'picked on' or 'abused' or 'attacked'.

If you don't want to provide clarification, and get some support, fine. Delete the thread.

Jennifer - posted on 03/07/2014

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Wow...u know I came on here for support..not for profanity or anger...sorry I have upset u and I see this site is not for me..

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 03/07/2014

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Um, how is asking for clarification of a couple of things not being supportive?

I don't want the whole damned story, but a little clarification would help.

Whatever.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 03/07/2014

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So, are you trying to say that your 18 yo is sleeping with your ex?

Your post is a bit...scattered.

Here's the thing about 18 year olds: In the eyes of the law, they are adults. If you chose to leave your relationship, and divorce the man, and she chose to continue to have a relationship with him, she's an adult, and can so choose. If she chose to sleep with him, I think its a bit scummy, to sleep with your mother's husband, and he should have handled the situation differently, but if you don't have proof that he was sexually abusing her prior to her 18th bday, then there's no evidence to prosecute.

But, as I said, your post is scattered. I can't tell if you're complaining that your ex is sleeping with your daughter, or that your daughter didn't choose to move when you did (which is her right at this age), or what.

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