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VoyageOfDad Thu 09-Feb-17 22:15:23

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Pannnn Thu 16-Feb-17 13:45:31

Sounds to be very tricky and frustrating.

I have a similar history and circumstance though dd is now 17 and lives only 15 mins or so away.

There's probably lots to say - essentially I have accepted a whole spectrum of shite behaviour over the years from dd's mum and I did my best to accommodate for it, as to 'take her on' means dangerously making life difficult for me re dd ( her mum actually threatened to do just that IF i didn't do an entirely unrelated task..). It would be really detrimental to NOT directly raise this development with her mum. It could be insensitivity or it could be something more designed. Either way, what you are saying is ENTIRELY reasonable and is a deterioration in the quality of your dd's life.
From my experience at least you should NOT be fearful of raising a trricky issue as a NRP. If you have a the alternating weekend thing as an agreement she can't start letting it slide around. Expecations and boundaries mate.

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