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Husband is making things difficult.

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MummyZee Thu 22-Oct-20 10:45:43

Been separated from husband nearly 5 years. We have one daughter together. I have never stopped him seeing her at all and whenever he wishes to do so, I make time to let her bond with him. She primarily lives with me and so all I ask is that he let's me know in advance as I have uni and work too. I don't have any problems at all, even though he treated me like crap I would never come in between her and her dad. He will always be her dad. However, he makes things difficult for me, using her. Asks her questions about me. Recently I sent him a copy of her school report to which he then rang school and requested his own copy. The teacher asked and I panicked as to who this could be as I already gave his number in the application. I asked him to confirm if it was him. He said no to which I had to ask the teacher who had rang his number. I don't understand why he would do stuff like this. I mean I don't hide her progress or he can freely ask me stuff about her and there is no need for me to hide anything. I don't know how to handle it to be honest. I feel scared. He has this backwards mentality and sometimes I just be worried about what he may be capable of. Although, as far as I am concerned, with me for the 5 years I physically lived with him, he was just controlling, insecure, manipulative and used to have full control of finances - only giving when i asked. He was emotionally abusive and so I left. I have my doubts however, that he could harm me in some way. I'm just unsure.

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