By - 11/2/2020 05:00

Sly boyfriend

Today, during a drunk game of truth or dare, my boyfriend of 3 years admitted he secretly fabricates reasons for himself, or me, to punish my 7 years old son by sending him to his room, where he will end up sulking for several hours, all, so he won’t have to bother co-parenting for those hours. FML
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By  Sady_Ct  |  36

This is disgusting.

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By  Sady_Ct  |  36

This is disgusting.

By  bl3ur0z3  |  17

Ex boyfriend, right? Because you broke up with him when you realized he's emotionally abusing your child and he's not a fit father figure. Why is he coparenting your child anyway? That's for parents, which math says he is not.

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  Sady_Ct  |  36

When my step daughter comes to visit my partner and myself, I co-parent, as does her step father when she is at home with her mother.

Co-parenting is extremely important, and when it comes to genetics, they can mean so little when raising a child.. all adult figures in charge of the child, parent the child, (or should) as long as they are responsible adults.

By  icalledhisname  |  8

As someone who was emotionally abused by her father at that age, I can tell you it’s best to get your child away from that guy. My mom had the courage and strength to have us cut ties with my dad, and it was the best decision she made in my life. I’m 35 now and my dad died two years ago. I have zero regrets about him being cutoff from me. He was toxic and damaging. It took me years of therapy to cope with his abuse. Also, my six year old daughter is in therapy for anxiety and being on the autism spectrum. Her therapy has helped both me and her tremendously, I can’t recommend it enough. Kids respond well to therapy, and quickly.