- Mar 29, 2012
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Ok, so I have a daughter from a previous relationship. She is 8 years old and loves her dad although he is a screw up. He's a mama's boy so my daughter has gotten to be very close with her grandma on that side. Long story short, I have primary custody of her, when she goes to "visit with her dad" she's with her grandma a majority of that weekend. So now her grandma is feeding her stories that when she turns 13 she can go live with her dad, i've tried repeatedly and over again to try and have a conversation with her dad. But it's like every single time I bring up something that involves my daughter's well being, he completely flips the script and starts out "well what about you, this, that blah blah blah" I mean we should be able to talk about our daughter like civil adults, right? Why do I feel that I am the only adult in this situation? Why doesn't he let go of things from the past and concentrate on her right now, in the present?? I'm really just frustrated with him, I don't talk to him unless I have to because there is no talking with him. Even when that happens, nothing ever gets resolved.I guess I'm just looking for some input, suggestions, venting. Any words of advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.