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Old 07-07-2011, 03:21 PM
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I second karmaseeker's advice. Your daughter is an adult now. Yes, her father should be paying. She is making her way and it's very possible her gather's reluctance to help her financially will help her build a more motivated, self-reliant personality.
As difficult as it is, the best thing you can do is let it go with her father. Help her to the best of your ability and support her in her mission to get through (if you help directly, help her find loans etc.) post-secondary education.
Good Luck.
It's so nice when you "stop beating your head against a brick wall".
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Old 07-08-2011, 05:40 PM
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LOL You are very funny Mummer - through our private conversations you know I am not that person .... but thank you for the compliment !!!! At "times" you give out good advice ... Let's move on
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Believe me it was no compliment "Fiona" (psydenum)

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Thank you Epona, I am moving on...my friend is from the Newfoundland Status of Women and she is interested in my case.
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Probably a narcissist and it isnt pretty trying to divorce one of them.

It is ALL about them and what have you done for them lately. Their personality disorder will distroy families and relationships and it wont even fizz them.

Best to distance yourself as much as you can and move on with your life and find peace of mind, stability and love.

This will one day seem like a bad dream that you will have no desire to revisit the hell you went through.
you are so right.
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What...the eff....is wrong with you?
CanLII - 2007 ONCA 126 (CanLII)
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Old 07-08-2011, 08:15 PM
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Which has *absolutely* NOTHING to do with what the eff is wrong with you postgasming nonsensical thoughts all over the board in multiple threads. Srsly...stop.
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Which has *absolutely* NOTHING to do with what the eff is wrong with you postgasming nonsensical thoughts all over the board in multiple threads. Srsly...stop.
Oh yes it does if you can read and comprehend what i am saying obviously you cant. This case law has to do with what was quoted by a JUDGE as to what he has to do...so you know more than a judge...good luck. blink and BE GONE.
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Oh yes it does if you can read and comprehend what i am saying obviously you cant. This case law has to do with what was quoted by a JUDGE as to what he has to do...so you know more than a judge...good luck. blink and BE GONE.
Just read the case you linked to.... You're obviously smoking rope again.

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