My ex is putting me through an emotional roller coaster with my children, we have just come back from the lawyers trying to set up a schedule for child custody, when we talk alone she keeps telling me I will get them as often as I wish and that we will have shared custody. As soon as we get anywhere near a lawyer to close out our failed marriage, she denies every making those statements, we have written them down on paper and signed it and I brought it to my lawyer, but still she only wants me to be a weekend dad. It pains me so because not more than an hour after leaving the lawyers she sends me an email to see if I want to take the kids over the long weekend, of course I do, as well as a couple of times during the week, How can I convince her that co-parenting is a good thing, and that she needs to sign the papers to reflect that. This cycle has been going on with her far to long, I am totally frustrated.
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