So, he sent the letter to the review board requesting that they reconsider allowing him to meet his daughter at least once. Well, again we've been denied. And, I am PISSED - like REALLY PISSED. I am a calm person. I am level headed. But, I just can't take this any more. I mean, my goodness! He was out on signature bond with the only restriction being that he had to have a supervisor (any adult) if he was with minor females...no restrictions on males...for EIGHT MONTHS! I really thought that meant something. Anything he did wrong happened before he even was with me - let alone was expecting or had a daughter. How dare they prevent this wonderful child from meeting her father? How dare they not allow me to show what we have created to him? I just don't get it. I am so angry right now. I mean, I didn't really think anything would change, but when is someone going to come to his/her senses? And, his stupid "social worker" says things like "you just have to be patient" to him. Patient? Really? How is patience going to allow him to ever know his daughter as a baby - toddler - preschooler? He can be patient, but this isn't like being able to read a book. This is being able to meet a living,breathing, growing child. HIS living, breathing, growing child. There are people in there that can have their own victim children visit. How come he can't have a baby that was born last December visit? NOT ONE PERSON HAS TALKED TO ME. NO ONE wants to meet me, see what I have to say, ask me any questions. NO ONE has interviewed him. NO ONE has looked at the professional reports that indicate that his physical disability impacted his self-esteem resulting in this crazy relationship with an underage girl SEVEN YEARS AGO! Oh my goodness - I just can't handle this any more. I don't know what to do but I am angry.
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