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CARLENLLOYD
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2/25/13 12:25 P

Mash- I've got an appointment today. :)



MASHAMOO
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2/25/13 12:26 A

Hiring a lawyer is a good choice, especially for advice about your rights and options. Make sure it's someone who you feel comfortable with and will give you ideas about alternatives to litigation.



GLITTERFAIRY77
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2/12/13 2:59 P

Right??? It used to make me feel all ignored and stuff. I am telling ya, you kinda find out who REALLY cares about you once you get rid of such a big social network site.
Know who I have left? My mother, my kids' father, and two of my best gf's-both of whom I consider my "sistas from otha mistas" Hahaha!
I mean, I have my sparkfriends, and my yahoo! answers friends-but those four? Through thick and thin.



CARLENLLOYD
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2/12/13 2:45 P

Thanks, Glitter! By the way- love the user name! :)

My feelings get hurt really easily so if someone doesn't "like" my status, I end up pouting. LOL.



GLITTERFAIRY77
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2/12/13 2:43 P

I would just close mine out(like I did)-and maybe reactivate it when things die down. There are other ways to communicate with friends and family. My account has been untouched since June 2012.
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CARLENLLOYD
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2/12/13 2:41 P

Thank you for the support and advice! There IS too much effing drama....since my kids and bf are on (even though he's suggested it might be mentally healthy for me to stay off of FB), I have kept my account open.



GLITTERFAIRY77
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2/11/13 2:35 P

I am sorry you went through that. I really am. It's one of the reasons I got rid of facebook. Too much effing drama and gossip.
You didn't blow your program. You had a life experience which made you feel like making some bad eating choices. You brush yourself and get back on program. We all go through it. None of us are perfect.
You might have to go back to court to set up a new visitation schedule. That's all I can really think of.



CARLENLLOYD
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2/11/13 1:48 P

Ok here's the situation...

I have been divorced from first ex (who I have 2 children with) for almost 8 years. I've moved on, he's moved on (he got remarried, I got remarried, then divorced again, now in a relationship with supportive man). He has custody. The clincher is, I travel to see my kids and spend time with them and my in-laws have been kind enough to let me stay at their place to visit my kids. However, because of some drama that happened on Facebook, now my ex-husband is saying he doesn't feel comfortable with me being at his parent's house to see our children. So, my mother-in-law asked me to find other arrangements to see my kids. Needless to say, last weekend because it was hard to deal with emotionally- I overate and blew my program.

I'm wondering if I need to get legal counsel on this??



 
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