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13 Jul 12 #342987 by hattiedaw
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...and I''d just like to add that schools see the RP a lot more than the NRP and so they know them better.
My friends ex used to complain that the children were scruffy when he collected them on a Friday after school and had food spilled down them and scuffed shoes etc.
Took a letter from the Headteacher saying that the children ALWAYS arrived at school on time, that they were pristine with clean clothes on, hair braided, polished shoes and always had homework, trip money, morning snacks etc with them and that a lot happens in the school day to make them look unkempt.
Ok so this was an extreme harrassment case with Dad intent on involving SS etc (didnt get anywhere as school backed up that kids were absolutely well cared for).

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13 Jul 12 #343007 by Bobbinalong
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hattie, yes, you are rambling, and thats fine.:)
You''ve experience of a poor situation where the nrp was intent on harasing.
As I was talking to someone the other day, a mother, was complaining about ''us dads''
EVERY case is different and people shouldnt tar with the same brush, my friend was complaing her sons dad couldnt be bothered much with contact, its sporadic, then expects to go away for a weeks holiday.
These kind of NRP''s are almost strangers.
Not all are like that.
I have described what I am up against based on facts I knew when I was at home, and what happens with my daughter towards my son when them come to me.
Its a fairly unique story to me, but will be similar to someone elses.
and so thats it, its my story my experience, as always I voice it here to see if there is similar and for advice and support from other wiki''s
As we all must accept, we each know the facts of our own cases and its sometimes difficult to pervey accurately the whole story in a small amount of text.
We comment if we choose, based on what we read and not try to make it fit some terrible situation we know of and decide all the character will have similar ethics.

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