My husband is using my son\'s condition to keep him legally imprisoned in a home I own (don\'t ask). My son is bedridden, doesn\'t speak because of poor musculature (although he could if his tongue and lips would let him). My husband\'s denying him medical care to keep him at home so I can\'t access to him. He\'s afraid if he\'s seen able to transport for doctor appointments, I\'ll be able to gain leverage legally to take him home at least for some visitation. He went for a visit to his grandparents, and my husband never brought him home. I just miss my child and miss kissing him good morning and making sure the nurses are handling him correctly. He needs his mother. I ache for my only child who cannot say aloud on his own how much he wants his mommy.
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