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At loss for the Children

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17 Jul 12 #343653 by louie33
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Dear All

At a loss for the children after a review meeting with my childrens councellor from school and many calls from ex husband yesterday evening which displayed a confusing manner and aggressive to myself. It pains me that I can going to have to go court regarding Acess.

As their father has been advised rather his behaviour and it was recongised by their councellor they have become more stress in the recent months.

Incidently we have been divorce since February and my Ex husband is doing his best to delay exchanging his finachial details.

Please if any body has any advice as I am become increasly worried for the children age 9, 10 and my own wellbeing, due to my ex husband anger.

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17 Jul 12 #343656 by sim5355
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hi! is he still living in the house?

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17 Jul 12 #343662 by louie33
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He moved out the FMH 6 and half years ago, his anger has started since he started the divorce proceedings.

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