Single Dad, Shitty Mom

Or: How I Learned that Parental Alienation is REAL

“Minnesota Judge Has 200 Blunt Words for Divorcing Parents”

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One of my Twitter followers posted this article written by Judge Michael Haas, from 2001. THIS is the kind of thing that needs to be posted EVERYWHERE for alienators to see. THIS is pure logic and reason regarding the responsibility of parents to nurture their child, instead of using them as a tool to express their spite and toxic behavior.

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One thought on ““Minnesota Judge Has 200 Blunt Words for Divorcing Parents”

  1. I love this article. How true it is… Thank you for sharing and I am sorry I have not commented in a while- I am certainly reading your posts! I adore the picture you posted of you and Maya!! What a beautiful baby girl you have :). I read that you are not religious (I am, very much so) but growing up in the church is not bad!! … Only when you are expected to pay for private education- argh. My six year old daughter went to Pre-K 3 in a Christian school when we lived in Texas and as far as brick-and-mortar schools go, it was by far the best education we could have provided for her. BUT! It cost $367 per month and my husband and I paid careful consideration of the costs. It was one of the best decisions my husband and I ever made for any of our children. Can’t do that when “crazy” wants what she wants when she wants it! My husband Eric’s ex writes him emails saying he needs to pay for co-pays, $500 in gas costs for vacations she wants to go on, and such insanity that you just have to laugh at!

    I’m certainly not pushing religion on you (but if you ever want to have a relationship with Jesus, I’m your woman and I will help in any way you’d need!) but I can personally attest that private education is stable, outstanding, and would be a great stabilizer for Maya, given how her mother is. And, the people at the private school could prove to be a valuable asset for her (and you). Just food for thought :).

    Talk soon! Liz

    Sent from my iPad

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