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Parenting Issues This forum is for discussing any of the parenting issues involved in your divorce, including parenting of step-children.

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Old 12-10-2013, 04:41 PM
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Came back from our cruise on Sunday and had a great time.

My ex moved into her new place while we were gone and she picked the kids up from school last night. So we are now back to our 50/50 schedule. She is still not working due to her mental state. I'm keeping a close eye on the situation and we will see how the next two weeks go.

Only one issue remains. She wrote me a cheque for some expenses she owed me for. She originally post dated the cheque as she didn't have any money. She called me again and asked me not to cash it for another two weeks. As told her that it wasn't really my issue. I didn't feel like getting into it with her and told her I would wait.
I hate to be a nag my friend but...

WHY ARE YOU COMMUNICATING BY PHONE....especially given all the previous issues?

You should send her an email saying that all communications will be through email, unless it is an emergency. Trust me it is better for both of you.
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Old 12-10-2013, 05:00 PM
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I hate to be a nag my friend but...

WHY ARE YOU COMMUNICATING BY PHONE....especially given all the previous issues?

You should send her an email saying that all communications will be through email, unless it is an emergency. Trust me it is better for both of you.
You are correct and that's still where things are at. I am adamant about email. I do not answer her calls

First she left me a voicemail because I didn't answer her call on my cell. Then several hours later I got a call for a number unfamiliar with me at work and I had to answer that.... It was her. It told her it wasn't my problem and ended the call promptly.
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