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Old 11-11-2009, 11:00 AM
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billiechic is on a distinguished road

Has she moved out yet? Please make sure you have both agreed to a schedule of time with your daughter and both signed it BEFORE either of you leaves. Even writing it on a calendar and both signing if (as a schedule of time with your daughter) should be enough if that's all you can agree to.

Spend as much time with her as possible, be a great dad and take care of her.

And take care of yourself. Speak to a counsellor, you family doctor about what is happening and how you are feeling. There is nothing wrong with trying a depression medication to help you out. It will help you to keep your emotions under control so that you can deal with all the legal and details of separation that you MUST deal with NOW.

Many of us have probably avoided asking for help hoping that the problem will go away, but it won't. You've made a big step by posting on here. We do understand, we've all been in your shoes. Good luck.
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Old 11-11-2009, 09:13 PM
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eastern girl is on a distinguished road
Default Going through the same thing...

My husband left suddenly two weeks ago after 15 years together and 3 kids. I also feel like I'm on a roller coaster. One minute I'm feeling strong and the next I'm a basket case...I can physically feel the pain and it feels like I'll never pull through the other side (although I know that I will, and I'll come out stronger). It's just the hardest thing ever and I know exactly how you feel, we will get through it though..
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Old 11-25-2009, 08:01 PM
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4thechildren is on a distinguished road

As a woman that has seen her son go through this, i am telling you to grab hold of why you are called a man. Things can happen quickly and be prepared, don't lose your opportunity to have equal shared parenting. Get educated. Try to come to an agreement with her yourself. Courts don't care about you, and if she establishes sole custody, and you make more money than her, you will face financial ruin for many years to come plus she will have stolen more from her own daughter and you m(it is called your relationship and not getting to be very involved with your daughter. I feel sorry for men like you.
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