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It is never ending.....

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15 Aug 12 #349608 by Now Gone From Wiki
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It''s been seven weeks since my ''wife'' disappeared without warning or provocation with my then 11 (now 12) year old son.

She was promising contact and then withdrew the offer just before it was due to start. I''ve had the courts, police, social services and the school involved.

Everything is moving so slowly. I''m worried my son will be damaged by what is going on. I''m struggling to cope. Everyday is torture. I''m blocked at every turn.

The latest evil dealt on me is that my son''s phone is turned off. He and I were texting each other and he was saying he missed me and loved me. Now I can''t even get those.

I''ve been back onto the courts and the Police today but I suspect they''ve given her enough time to move again.

I don''t know which way to turn and am hurt to the core. I just want to see my son.

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15 Aug 12 #349619 by stepper
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Mark - I am sorry to hear what you are having to go through. There is no accounting for mothers who block access to the children. I hope that your situation improves soon and that you will be re-united with your son.

The good thing is that he is now 12 (the same age as my grandson) and he has a voice which hopefully will be heard. Also you have been texting each other until recently and your son has clearly said he is missing you. Perhaps his mother has read the texts and feels aggrieved about it!

Don''t give up and keep positive. Remember it is the child''s right to have a meaningful relationship with both parents.

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15 Aug 12 #349698 by Now Gone From Wiki
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Thanks Stepper

It''s just never ending. No one seems to care that my son is being emotionally abused.

3 days with no contact with my son. She knows how to ''play'' me.

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15 Aug 12 #349726 by stepper
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Mark6138 wrote:


3 days with no contact with my son. She knows how to ''play'' me.



It''s a skill some people have Mark. My ex. dil played my son and us for nearly 12 years. She got all the support and help she needed from us, financially as well as us caring for the children on a daily basis.

That didn''t stop her trying to ensure that none of us had contact with the children. Fortunately she didn''t get her wish.

Sometimes I wonder about Karma, but it seems a long time coming!

Take care. xx

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