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21 Apr 10 #199733 by sexysadie
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I agree with Tom here. It may well be that your son said that he wanted to see his mother in a quiet voice because he was afraid of upsetting you, not because he was put under duress. It is not at all unusual, as Fiona says, for children to feel that they have to support one parent when what they really want is to see and get on well with both.

I don't know what will happen if you challenge the report, but I suspect that it will make you look as though you are trying to block contact, and that will not help you at all.

Sadie

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