The Genocide of Battered Mothers and their Children

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Ex-wives rail about phony Facebook dads All those shots of him and the kids make him look like a dutiful father. Meanwhile…

In domestic law on July 10, 2011 at 2:32 pm

The article completely misses why these dads do this. They want to make themselves look good so they can get more custody and not pay child support.

Another propaganda piece online. Mothers should work their asses off to support their kids while their ex gets to play.
Who gives a shit what they pretend to be? They all pretend to be good dads in court.
Children belong with their mothers period.

Amplify’d from
Ex-wives rail about phony Facebook dads

Phony Facebook dads are the newest irritant for fractured families. “It’s very grating for the custodial parent, which is often the mother,” noted Deborah Brakeley, a clinical counsellor and collaborative divorce coach in Vancouver. “It’s well known that exes, particularly moms, become resentful when their partner suddenly becomes a more dutiful parent, or at least appears so. They ask, ‘Where were you?’ They feel deceived and angry.”

“Suck it up” would be the advice from Sue Johnson. “What are you going to do? You can’t counter-post photos of him looking like a creep and you can’t ask him to take the photos down,” says Johnson, professor of clinical psychology at the University of Ottawa. “Spouses are always ticked off when their ex’s image or behaviour doesn’t fit what they experienced inside the marriage. Later on, when the grieving is over, you won’t feel the same way.”

But in the early stages of divorce, especially, Facebook salts the wound. “It’s one thing to hear about your ex suddenly being Super Dad. It’s another to see it,” commiserates Leah Klungness, co-founder of the blog Single Mommyhood. “These fatherhood photo ops are a great way to convince himself he’s a great dad, or to troll for dates and aggravate his ex with the flavour-of-the-month girlfriend.”



Give up? Shut up? Go away? NEVER! Not until our children are protected!

In domestic law on June 16, 2011 at 11:58 am

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