Trevor wrote:Why not just take the first call and then switch off the phone?
Trevor wrote:The kid is six years old. You need to be making sure she calls her mother, whether you or the kid likes it or not. You are asking for trouble, bro. Putting that decision in the child's hands in what happens to us Dads all the time, and from our perspective, it's a form of alienation. Don't do it. One five-minute phone call every day is a low premium for a NJ insurance policy.
defaultuser wrote:Find a silent ring tone and put your X's phone number for that ring tone. That way, when real people call you, you'll hear the phone, and the X can call 19 times in a row and you won't be the wiser, which will help your sanity.
You should have your kid talk to her mother. "Hey kiddo, come talk to your mom for a minute" Then dial the phone and hand it to her. Even if, and especially if the NJ does not return the favor. Its not for you or the X, its for your kid. If you engage in that tit for tat, you're no better than a NJ.
Fatheroffour wrote:Never force her?
So she runs the show in your home?
That sounds unhealthy.
You may want to hone your argument. That's not the kind you want to go to court on.
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