...appears to be more important than having a really important, albeit potentially pointless, conversation about upcoming court. DH is officially in his cave and in spite of the snarky first sentence, I understand. There feels like there is just no point in discussing it.
Steptalkers who have been "through" court- law guardians, psychological evaluations, re-written alienation clauses, judge-ordered parenting stress management classes:
Can anything- BM being diagnosed as having mental issues, her massive alienation uncovered in the psych. eval. because the skids have told the truth- (and we know that this is the best possible outcome), *guarantee* that BM will stop the hell she has been putting her kids and us through for almost three years?
There is no guarantee that even if the correct things happen, that BM won't amp up the alienation to a much greater level if things "go our way" in court over the next few months. And there is of course no guarantee that SSs won't hate their dad (worst case scenario) and/or me anyway if BM does continue this in spite of court orders, etc...etc....only difference is we'll be in debt and she'll continue it, and they will hate our debt-ridden a$$es.
Am I spot on, or would this be the best money we could borrow/spend?