I am torn apart, the school psychologist called today. The kids\' counselors want supervised visitation. I always figured that supervised visitation was a last resort. I don\'t want to be considered and ogre but my kids do come first. Do we really need that? I mean what if my husband agreed to some sort of counseling? I mean what if the custody was changed a little. Right now it states once a month, including but not limited to my husband, his mom and other family members. It also states that I can not move more than 50 miles from my current location without permission. Maybe if there were more restraints on them. What should I do? Please give me some ideas!!!!
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