Yesterday when stbx came to pick up my son, he was being verbaly abusive towards me in front of my son. I told my son to go back in the house, and told stbx, that I would bring my son to him in an hour and he could go with him, only if he was going to be respectful. Well, two hours later, after trying to get out of him if he was going to bring my son home at the normal time. I took my son to him, in a public place. I emailed my lawyer and will have her send him a letter stating that he will no longer be allowed on my property. Three months ago when he acted really bad when he was here, I told myself that if he acted remotely abusive in any manner when he came to get my son that I would not allow him back. Although it is very inconvient for me to have to run twenty mile out of my way...I stood up to him. Of course he said I was blowing things out of proportion, I am abusing my son by doing this, that I am crazy and his son will see it, and he will tell him how I am. I was shaking, but I did it. I know he will probably flip a lid when he recieves the paper in the mail from my lawyer. I am afraid of his reaction, but I know it will be for the best here.
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