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Men are not the only

deadbeats.
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"She" can be one too! When you look at the deadbeat sites, ask yourself if you're behaving like a deadbeat, and remember that men are victims of  "her" deadbeat  mentality also.

  Whether you are a custodial parent, a non-custodial parent, a first wife, a second wife, a girlfriend, a boyfriend, ask yourself if you're behaving in the best interest of the child.    

12/04/2000 From: Paul 

"I number all of the cards and letters that I send to my daughter. I also occasionally include a small check (and put the same number on the check). If the check is never cashed she didn't get the mail. If the check is cashed then I can tell if she endorsed it or someone else (her mother!). Also, if her mother opens the mail, sees that there is a check and then gives it to my daughter, then my daughter will eventually question why her mother is opening up her mail. Ya gotta out-smart 'em! Get creative while maintaining your integrity."

8/15/2004 From: Paul
"During the early stages of PAS my daughter called me Paul rather than Dad. Knowing that she was "instructed" to call me Paul, I immediately told her that I would rather have her not call me anything than to call me Paul. I told her that I would always be her Dad and I did not appreciate the disrespect of her calling me Paul. She has not called me Paul since... except in a couple of letters that I imagine her mother reviewed prior to mailing them.

By understanding the PAS, I was able to give my daughter an out...

an alternative that she could use rather than disrespecting me. She would not be disrespecting me or disobeying her mother. It was a win- win for both of us given the situation."

 

 

Ever secretly joke about wishing a difficult ex dead?  To Layla and Tom's dismay - she did die.

04/06/2001 "Yeah, I've been feeling a lot better. Did I tell you what happened the Saturday after her funeral?

I woke up Saturday morning, and there was this really pretty, expensive looking shopping bag (pink) on the table. You know, the real thick kind with the cloth handles? Well, being a female, I of course HAD to see what was in it. I thought maybe Tom bought me something. I lifted the bag to peek in, and it was very heavy. When I looked in, there was this good-sized cardboard box. I lifted the box out of the bag and was just about to open it when I noticed the Funeral Home sticker on the front of it. IT WAS SUSAN!

I dropped the box and ran to the kitchen to scrub the top 2 layers of skin off my hands. Where I ran right into Tom, who had been watching the whole thing and was laughing uncontrollably. He told me THAT would teach me to be so nosy. I told him HE was opening EVERY gift I ever receive for the rest of my life.

I think that was the point where we both really started to feel better. At least, that was there the morbid jokes started. Tom said he had a hard time holding it together when they spread her ashes the next day. He said every time he started laughing, he would cover his face, and people thought he was crying, and would comfort him, which just made it funnier and...I'm glad I wasn't there."

Layla and Tom

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dh - darling husband 
bm - biomom 
ss - stepson 
sd - stepdaughter 
dd - darling daughter 
ds - darling son 

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