SmokinMeanRibz wrote:I told her that unless a major medical, educational, or psychological decision arises, I do not have to inform her of anything.
Your response should be....*crickets*
SmokinMeanRibz wrote:She even slipped up and told me that D3 had pink eye. I texted her back and asked how long she had had it.
Your response should be...*crickets* (document)
SmokinMeanRibz wrote:I asked her how would she had reacted if I did the same thing without informing her and she made my case for me. She said its pink eye not heart surgery. Do not bother me if it isn't major.
Your comment should have been...*crickets*
SmokinMeanRibz wrote:I used her own words to attempt to get her to understand my point of view of when D3 is with me. I said I trust you on the small day to day things and I would appreciate it if you trusted me and not threaten me with court battles over little stuff.
Your comment should've been *crickets*
Unless it actually involves the exchange of necessary information about the child, you don't talk, text, email her at all. She won't know what buttons to push, she won't know if her games affect you. She won't know Jack, well unless she's banging some guy named jack, but that's immaterial.
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