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How to get ds some help

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LittleMarshmallow Wed 28-Oct-09 15:04:24

Dont know if this is the right place or not, however I am wondering how would I go about getting ds some help to deal with me and xh seperating.

We have been apart since 2007 but there have been numerous issues mostly about ds and the care he receives when xh has him.

Since the overnight care has resumed ds is back to being very angry and of course I get it all directed at me, he spent the day with one of my friends yesterday and started telling her about how "his daddy was a naughty boy" and went on to describe why he thought that.

I was hoping to maybe find someone he could go talk to, I know at 3 he is little but I do feel he has a hard time coping with what is happening and although I am not coping either I am at least an adult and can do something about it.

biggirlsdontcry Wed 28-Oct-09 15:24:39

so your ds was only 1 when you split with his dad ? is it possible that your ds has picked up on any bad vibes about his dad ? its just that he would have been too young to remember his dad being "naughty" at one iykwim .

LittleMarshmallow Wed 28-Oct-09 15:40:12

xh has been ignoring medical advice and feeding ds food which he is allergic / intolerant to, so now at the age of 3 he can clearly tell people that his dad makes him sick, that he gives him food which hurts his tummy sad

biggirlsdontcry Wed 28-Oct-09 16:01:30

oh well if your xh is doing that then maybe you should not let your ds have unsupervised visits with his dad , is there any way your xh can visit your ds at your house , is your xh fully aware of ds's allergies ?

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