If you have to be away from your kids due to business travel, joint custody, or military deployment, this parenting tip will help you stay connected and reduce your kids' separation anxiety. This advice also works great for shorter separations, like when your child is at summer camp or during vacations without your child.
Managing Divorce and Break Ups with Joint Custody and Parenting Plans
Exactly! Stop going against the court orders and do what is best for the child! It's Joint Custody and Shared Parental Responsibilities! Stop trying to pretend that the child is more "yours". You did not create the child all on your own. The courts decided it was best for both parents to have EQUAL rights regarding the child! The child has a right to have BOTH parents in her life, and a right to love BOTH parents without being made to feel guilty about it! Stop Parental Alienation!
Does it really make you feel better? The courts refused to give you full custody. It's JOINT CUSTODY which means both parents get EQUAL rights! Stop breaking the law because you have anger issues. A loving parent won't take their anger out on their child like you are doing! So if you actually love your child then stop the parental alienation and encourage a loving relationship like you've been ordered to do numerous times.