06-17-2021 05:15 PM
06-17-2021 08:39 PM - edited 06-17-2021 08:40 PM
Hey @Bobbypin16, I am really sorry to hear about the position you are in. It would be really frustrating to have plans constantly changed, especially when it is disruptive to your daughter's schedule. I can hear that these changes are having a detrimental impact on your daughter's mental health - it is upsetting to know that she is struggling. It also sounds as though these changes and the ongoing communication with your ex and his partner is negatively impacting you too. You don't deserve to be treated poorly, especially in front of your daughter.
Unfortunately, we can't provide specific advice on these matters (RE: rejecting changes to care arrangements), so it may be beneficial for you to seek legal advice. If you are looking for support, you can contact ParentLine. They are a free and confidential counselling service but they may also have relevant referrals for you, depending on where you live. Have you shared the information from teachers, the OT and other professionals with your ex? You also mentioned that there are no legal plans in place but I am wondering if legal plans would alleviate the constant changes and negative impact that this relationship is having on you and your daughter?
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