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Help me please

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roxiesdaddy Tue 23-Oct-12 23:56:03

How do I help my daughter. Her mother moved her some 300 miles away for no apparant reason. I have just been to her school parent evening and as she was good at school took her for dinner. For the second time she complained of discipline by her mothers new partner.
An argument started between them all over earrings and the next day he pinned her to the floor while Mummy removed an earring. This is so out of character for my ex, but my daughter has repeated the story twice and tonight, she really didn't want to go home. I am concerned for my daughter and I know the sensible thing is to talk to my ex, but that is not possible unless he is present.

I have thought of nothing else on the way home and my daughter is here for school holiday starting Saturday.

Please help

scurryfunge Tue 23-Oct-12 23:59:09

How old is your daughter?

Collaborate Wed 24-Oct-12 07:27:33

I'd change your name if I were you to avoid being identified, then repost. And answer the obvious question asked by scurryfunge.

Depending on daughter's age, she may get to decide where she lives. But you don't say that she wants to come and live with you.

MOSagain Wed 24-Oct-12 10:31:36

Totally agree with Collaborate about name changing and then asking for this thread to be deleted. Too identifiable.
Much will depend on your DD's age as said above.

roxiesdaddy Wed 24-Oct-12 15:59:52

Sorry, the name is not related to my daughter, it comes from something else. My daughter is 8. She struggles where she wants to live, as she loves her Mum very much although she would like to live with me too. This is not about residency, she loves her Mummy and I would not want to destroy that. Although she does ask about living with me, but usually when the problems are at the worst at home.

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