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Have I over reacted?

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rickman Sat 07-May-05 21:46:08

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sansouci Sat 07-May-05 21:48:19

Not an irrational old cow, rickman! I don't blame you --- I'd be furious.

colditz Sat 07-May-05 21:49:05

look at ity this way. You have to let your ex see your kids. Nobody else has the right to see your kids though, so you can ban people from your house as much as you want. It's your house.

I think, unfortunatly, that while the children are in exdps care, it is entirely up to him who they see.

soapbox Sat 07-May-05 21:49:05

God Rickan - you are having a hard time of it with your ex at the moment aren't you??

No I don't think he can bring his brother or anyone else into your house without your agreement - stupid man!

How is sorting out the money thing going? Any progress? Can you force the house to be sold???

ANyway - hope you don't let this get you too upset - he's just not on the same planet is he????

soapbox Sat 07-May-05 21:49:34


LGJ Sat 07-May-05 21:50:13

I am surprised your mother let them in, mine would have met him at the front door with a shotgun.

A total lack of respect IMO

Caligula Sat 07-May-05 21:52:29

No you're not.

He has no right to come inside your front door, let alone his bloody awful relatives.

One of the advantages of splitting up with someone, is that you no longer have to put up with in-laws. And your home is sacrosanct - why should people who are hostile to you come into it?

rickman Sat 07-May-05 22:36:20

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WideWebWitch Sun 08-May-05 13:06:15

Tell your mum how you feel and tell her not to let him in again. You're in the right here, he is a tosser.

rickman Sun 08-May-05 16:49:07

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