Your alcoholic drug addicted paid surrogate Jayne E Ferreira , Judge Singleton from Lancaster High Court and Peter Morey from Cafcass Blackburn office says this is in your best interest , I think all these people must be on Drugs ! Or delusional ….
I need some fatherly advice right now…. and i was wondering in you could help me with this torn feeling I’m having. I have supervised visits with my daughters and I love them with everything that I am would gladly go to hell and burn for all eternity just to keep them from ever being hurt again. My dilemma is that it is really hurting me and them going to these visits because they want to come to my house and they dont understand why they cant they are 4 and 2. It hurts so bad hearing them cry daddy please don’t go and I wanna go home with you daddy that I cry the entire 30 min drive home every week. I want to stop the visits until after the court date so that We don’t feel this heartache and have the tears shed anymore but I don’t want to be a bad dad for not seeing them whenever i can please if you have any advice on want I should do please contact me and one day I will tell you my story of why all of this come to light and you WON’T believe it. I have Visitation court in 15 days
….I will believe it.
Supervised visits are pretty standard for dads that become separated or do or end from the mother.
I myself was a loving involved Father for 11 years. A stay home dad and the so called “primary caretaker” for many of those years.
Yet in less then 30 minutes and a judges gavel I was reduced to a visitor to my children.
Only allowed in their presence with a 3rd party monitoring my every move, our every word and documenting it for review and critiqued.
I endured this visitations for an entire year.
An extremely humiliating experience to say the least.
Damaging to the parent/child bond and relationship.
Emotionally draining. Emotional torture to both my children and myself.
Something that should only be required or implemented in my opinion in cases that include actual and Real Abuse beyond a reasonable doubt.
Unfortunately, that is not the case.
Supervised visits for the Father during a separation are becoming the standard.
With that said.
You need to endure them.
You need to continue them.
If you do not, it is my opinion it will be held against you as not desiring to be with your children.
They will say you do not show interest in having the time they are granting you with your children.
Why should you be allowed additional time?
Others on the page may have a different view.
I will post to the page for additional feedback.