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Monday, January 07, 2013

I want my son's baby pictures.

They are all on my ex-husband's computer and he refuses to burn them for me. I am "not a priority" . He won't talk to me unless it's about our son. I have been really reasonable and respectful towards him and I am constantly treated like crap. I'm so tired of the games and this whole situation. There is no way I can "make" him give me the photos and that makes me feel very frustrated and powerless. I feel like he gets to call all of the shots and I just have to sit here and take it. If I push the situation I get nowhere, he just freezes me out. We are raising a son together and we need to communicate but he absolutely refuses. With the way he acts, you'd think I was the one who left. I just don't know what to do or how to handle him.
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    Take a deep breath . . . then take some new pictures of your son. Baby pictures can never be replaced by something new, but what if you never get them? The frustration and anger will be like poison to your soul. I like what HK 1628 said, "Take the high road so you never get lost". May I add what I've said about the "high road" when life forced me up there? "I may be on the high road, but the air is getting pretty thin!" Meaning I've had about all I can take, but I'll keep at it.

    You told me, "You can do it . . . I just know you can".

    I know YOU can. emoticon

    1856 days ago
    I am sorry he is behaving that way, I understand and have been where you are, it sucks super bad. divorce you seem to waste away or blow up. I hope things work out.

    Also I love your pic.
    1872 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/8/2013 11:28:35 PM
  • HK1628
    the only person you can control is you. Unfortunate that he is behaving that way, but always take the high road so you never get lost :)
    1873 days ago
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