The short answer is no, it would be hard for her to use this in a meaningful way to get custody.sharpie wrote:Need some advice. My doctor prescribed adderall to me years ago, and I took it on and off. I took the amount prescribed and never abused it. I actually never like it at all. So that is why I didn't take it consistently. Also, I no longer need the medication and have been off it for about six months. Can the NJ ever use this against me in any way? She hasn't brought it up at all, because like I said, I never abused it. I know on some occasions I did get very arugmentative with her due to the side effects of the medication. Adderall does make you very angry at times. I'm just afraid NJ may somehow use this to her advantage by lying.
Let me know any thoughts on this, thanks!
That's what I was getting at with my #1 question. If it's never been documented, his ex will be the only one to make that claim. If he admits it, he just shot himself in the foot.Fatheroffour wrote:Anything you say can and WILL be used against you.
While you're at it, apologize for all of the times you left the seat up and "accidentally" pleasured yourself in her mouth.What if now I apologized to NJ about that argument and that the side effects of the medication may have contributed to it? Just so she can stop holding it against me and clear the air.
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