Hey, everyone! I have a question for all of you. Some of you may remember that my ex just recently married a 75-year-old woman for her money. He is 47. Anyway, he thinks that because we have a 6-year-old daughter together that we should be close, personal friends, as in sit together at all her ballgames and special events and such and that I should keep him informed of all of her practices and games and such. Well, I don't want to do this because we are no longer married and I feel he should get this information on his own (he's always depended on someone else to do everything for him because he is incredibly lazy), and I think that what he has done by marrying this woman is nothing short of criminal. This woman has the beginnings of Alzheimer's, and he is too lazy to go out and get a job. I have told him that I only want to hear from him if it concerns our daughter and that I refuse to sit with him. He can go as her daddy on his own, and I can go as her mom on my own. He thinks that by doing this, I am being selfish and trying to keep him from going to things with her. I am not doing that, in my opinion. I am just trying to make him take responsibility for his own relationship with his daughter instead of depending on me. Also, I don't even want to be around him. Am I wrong in not wanting to be his friend? Thanks!
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