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Old 03-24-2017, 02:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Tayken View Post
If your divorce is starting to take up a considerable amount of your time and causes you anxiety there is NOTHING WRONG with seeking assistance from a psychologist/psychiatrist. Mental health is important to parent! Very important.

Clearly, you have recognized Trinton that your divorce is engulfing your life and impacting you personally. Now may be the time to seek some help. It isn't a bad thing. Actually, it is a good thing. Talking to a professional can help you notice your emotions and help you react to them better.

Good Luck!
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Already have that. It doesn't give me more time with my child or more decision making power. Which is the root cause of the problem. I'd like more time with my child, and I'd like to be able to make decisions and be involved in those decisions. I'm also the child's parent.
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