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Old 05-07-2022, 08:58 PM   #1
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Default Shared custody with ex husband abuser

This is a nightmare. The past 22 years dealing with with my abuser and with shared custody of my two kids . Impossible life.

My ex husband still controls everything and terrorizes me. And I am left completely isolated and all alone at 48 with no life of my own.

He dictates everything in my kidsí lives. Meanwhile, abusing them in every way also.

My son wants to have his graduation party at his dadís mansion. And the evil stepmother is just as bad as him. I can never thrive or win. I feel like an outsider even in my own kidsí lives. And doing it completely alone with no support or no life is just excruciatingly painful.

No idea what to do. Just too sad and upsetting. 😭
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Old 05-07-2022, 10:05 PM   #2
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I am so very sorry you are in that situation. Sounds just awful. Wish I knew what to say to help!
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