I'm so angry right now I could scream. My kids came home from a weekend with their dad. The first thing out of my eldest son's mouth was, "Have you met daddy's friend Debbie? She has cats and a dog." I about flipped my lid, but of course couldn't in front of the kids. We had an agreement that the kids were not to meet any members of the opposite sex for at least 6 months. Not that I should trust someone who broke their marriage vows, but come on!! These are our kids!! He said, "as long as I do it responsibly and tell them she is just a friend, I don't see what the big deal is." Oh sure, they go see this friend who is a girl every weekend and she is just a friend? I would never do that to them. We aren't even divorced yet. He only moved out 3 months ago. I had to tell the kids that Debbie was daddy's girlfriend and that it was okay to like her. I said it was still okay to love mommy and daddy. I said we both still love them. I hope they had a good time. God, it sucks that he has introduced this disfunction into our home. I spent 15 minutes at my counselor last time talking about how and when to introduce people you meet. This bonehead could care less.
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