OK, I will try and make this short. I left my husband of 13 years in 2005. He was hardly ever there and when he was, we fought or he would complain. So I took the kids and moved across town, then out of state. Less than a year after the divorce was final he was married to a young woman 19 years younger with a baby on the way. The problem is that he has no responsibility when it comes to the children. She is more of a parent to them than he is. They both have ADHD, and they need structure, schedules and discipline. I finally get them under control with chores, diets, schedules, etc., and he comes in to take them for the summer (to his state) or a visit with no chores, dinner at 10 pm, stay up and watch TV until they fall asleep, sleep until 12 and much more. When I get them back I have to start all over. Any advice?
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