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Old 01-04-2006, 08:04 PM
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Catsvlion,

I wouldn't sign anything with an anxiety clause in it. If the child had anxiety about going to school, would the mother keep the child from school. This certainly is not in the child's best interest.

A primary caregiver has so much influence over a child and its feelings.

The other clause I would not agree too is in to regards to your gf. If your gf is no harm to your child then why the clause. If you agree to it you are basically agreeing that there is a problem with your gf around your child.

Remember the onus is on your ex to prove that it is not in the child's best interest for your child to be around your gf.

What if you married this gf. Does this mean you will not be allowed to have a relationship with your daughter.

Sounds like your ex is controlling and is using the child to control you.