My daughter Margret wants to visit her mother, but we're divorced and dn't talk anymore. Should I still take her?
Of course. I believe that every child should have both parents in their life. I'm thirteen years old and I haven't seen my dad in two and a half years. It's definately had a huge negative impact on my life because it can be emotionally and psychologically stressful, and she may hold it against you in the future. I know that it has put a big strain on my relationship with my mom. I know it seems like the easiest thing to do right now, but in the long run, it creates more issues, ones that are more difficult to resolve.
Yes, if the mother is going to welcome her and if the mother is allowed to see her. If the courts ordered that she can't see her then you would be breaking a court order. If the mother is just going to be mean to her and turn her away then it would be better off to wait till she's old enough to understand that it's not her fault.
I believe its extremely important for children to have both parents in their lives as much as possible. Not only that, she has the right to see her mom. Dont want to sound harsh, but dont take that away from her buddy, she may grow up resenting you for that.
yes, its unhealthy for a daughter to not see her mother. my parents divorced when I was three and I barely remember what it was like to have a normal family, but I know I couldnt live without my mother
the problems between you and her mother should never let their relationship suffer
my mum and dad divorced when I was 9 and it would have killed me if I couldnt see my father.
yes, it's always important to know that you have both perents out ther. The problems that you had whit you ex-wife dosent matter she deserves to see her! Plese do!
yes the girl deserves to see her mother.