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Re: “Disposable Dad

I am dad who feels the deepest love most parents feel for their children. I have 5 from 19-10. I love you them just as their mother does. 6 months after our divorce and loving in the same house. I was not bringing in the incone I once was for 17 years. My ex wife did not work. She stole the kids and all we owned and moved into her father's $3,500,000 10,000 sq.ft. home for the lifestyle. Over 4 years later I have been through 7 attornies in 4 law firms fighting for my God given rights to see my children. During this time I there mom filed a potential ctive order, reported me 6 times for child abusive during my visits, my oldest was life flighted for an appendix burst and nearly died without my knowledge, I am blocked from phones, living location, and dozens of horrific actions that if ANYONE told me these things where happening to them o would call them a LIAR. Its impossible. No mother of 5 would EVER do that to her children. Any attorney would fix it. The courts would NEVER allow it. This is America not 1943 Germany!. It's all true. It's all happening everyday. Quality of life is unimaginable pain. Why??? Toxic shame? Addiction? Narccassim? Self worth? After all that she has done to me I would NEVER keep her from our children. Are her acts so vile that she is not able to accept her behaviour and MUST create a lie to function everyday? What does this lie do to a person? To our children? Great article. Thank you. I will now support the National Parent Organization of Utah. Utah law needs a tremendous amount of change to stop this gross injustice. I am very sorry for all the parents that suffer from this inhumanity. I will stand up and help.

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Posted by Ally135! on 04/03/2016 at 2:19 PM

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