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After my son stopped texting nor calling me, his Mom said the phone "broke". I bought him a phone. His mother became angry. The next day, my son called me crying, and asked me to pick him up. Before I got there, he recorded the following conversation:
Mother: “This is a crossroads. This is where your future begins. You are choosing.”
Son “I’m not choosing anything. I’m not choosing anything. I just can’t stand where you yell at me all day.
Mother: “Why did you get the Phone?” “Why do you communicate with my enemy?”
Son: “Mom, it’s not my fault.”
Mother: “You betrayed me.”
Son: “Mom, I didn’t tell him anything. I didn’t tell him anything. My God!”
I want a relationship with him. He's 14. The mother terrorizes him if he talks to me. I need an aggressive advocate.The way this conversation was recorded is that he called me, and the call went to my voicemail. On my voicemail is this 3 minute conversation. It's chilling. It's in a format that can be emailed as a attachment. Furthermore, I've received 90 + vitriolic text messages from her, and my son repeats her rants when we infrequently are together. (I'm heart broken, to say the least.) Our Permanent Parenting Plan specifies that I get just shy of 50%, but she obstructs even short visits and only allows one overnight every couple of weeks. Currently, he returned to her and he won't talk to me.
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