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Our kidnapped SS was forcibly returned to us because of my husband and I'm at my limit

sarahSh's picture

I know I come off like an evil bitch but I'm emotionally worn out.


When my SS was 10, BM took him to her home country for a "holiday" and refused to let him come back unless my DH agreed to change the custody agreement to make her country SS's primary residence. This happened literally three days after our wedding. 


My DH tried to fight it for years but he couldn't do much from our country. They never came to an agreement.



Feeling Stuck

ChrissySmile82's picture

I'm brand new to forums and I've been with my fiancé for almost 2 1/2 years. We're both usually on the same page when it comes to ss3 and we never get nasty with eachother, only typical couple bickering here and there. It's honestly the healthiest relationship that I have ever been in. This post is going to be quite long but it explains everything from me entering this new life to present day so that you get the jist of how BM is.


Parental Alienation- when you can’t do anything about it

Melissma22's picture

 I am at my wits end with my fiancé’s kids.   They are rude and talk back, they complain about absolutely everything I do. I hate it when they come over  because I feel like an outsider in my own home.   I tried to hide in my room but then I’m accused of being antisocial .  I am a teacher and I’m good with kids. I feel like a failure because of them-  I want to do the right thing but I don’t know how. How can you bond with kids that have been taught to hate you? 


Seeking Advice

1dog4newkids's picture

This is my first blog... so bear with me.

I met my boyfriend about 3 years ago and was introduced to his 4 kids 2 years ago, just before we moved in together.  I have had a good relationship with the children for the most part.  They invite me to their events, ask to do things with, tell me they love me, etc.  Their mother flat out hates me and my boyfriend.  She goes out of her way to make our lives hard and this is definitely a case of parental alienation.