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I recently received a copy of the reports from my visitation with my children over the last couple of months as I am hoping to move towards more time with unsupervised visitation with them. All of the visits are reported as positive with my children being excited to see me and having a great time with me. I'm concerned though as it also mentions that there were a couple of instances where I cried in their presence (the first when I got to see them for the first time after 2 months and the second as I was wishing my child a happy birthday as I wasn't permitted to do so on the actual day). My children have also been asking to see me more and more, which is really all I want. Could my emotions be used against me even though there have been no negative incidents during any vists?
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