Friday, 8 August 2008

Day 1 - Sir Lord Justice Thorpe's roof protest


HiHi 18 November 2009 at 04:36  

Hey, my dad hasnt seen us properly in about 2 years, i know how much it hurts but you need to ask yourself if what your doing is benefitting them, you have no idea how many times ive tried to talk sense to my dad, he moved to Australia a while back and re married, i dont know him anymore but my parents have been divorced 3 years and he still makes them repetedly go to court, he doesnt pay maintence to us and we dont have much money, he moved but he still wants the contact. he set up a page similar to this once and it really upset me and my brothers and sister. it was almost insulting. i dont know what your situation is, and God knows i really hope it works out because i know how much it hurts not having my dad around, but after all the crazy things hes done i dont want to see him, something he cant understand is that he is in the wrong for things we shouldnt go into but until he sorts them out, i really dont think its in my best interests to see or speak to him. PLease ask yourself if this is helping and if you want you daughters to see this and think "Gosh thats embarressing", i really dont know whats going on in your life and as i said i pray for you and you Daughters sakes it works out for the best, i have no wish to upset or offend you, i just really wanted you to perhaps see it from a childs point of view.
All the best, i really mean that!

HeartBrokenDad 18 November 2009 at 14:57  

Thanks very much for taking the time to write from your point of view.

From my point of view I ask you to think about one thing. Is your dad really as bad as you have been led to believe? Do you know the full story from his side or have you just repeatedly heard negative comments about him from your mother since they separated?

I haven't seen my girls since 8th Aug 2007. It is still as painful today as it was then. I have written many times and have not once had a reply. In fact I have no way of knowing whether they even get to see my letters.

It is completely unnatural for a child not to want to see their father unless they have been manipulated by their mother to think badly of him or unless he has hurt them in some way.

I have done nothing to deserve this. After my wife and I separated I was only 'allowed' to see them every other weekend. All attempts to see more of them were rejected. Imagine seeing your children every day and suddenly being told that you can only see them 4 days a month. I suggested picking them up from school 1 day a week and having them round for tea so I could be more of a father top them, but this was rejected out of hand as being 'too disruptive'. I don't believe these were my wife's words, but those of her solicitor, who in my opinion is the main cause that things are as they are. The man is pure evil and has absolutely no interest in what is best for my girls. All he cares about is dragging things out as long as possible`so he can line his pocket at my wife's and therefore my children's expense. Between us we have already spent enough to have helped all 3 of our girls through University. It is so sad.

Everything that I ever worked for going into our solicitors pockets.

Anyway back to your letter.

I don't know how old you are, but I really do appreciate your point of view. I did the Batman thing last year after not having seen or heard from my girls for a year. I just felt I HAD to do something to show them that I still loved them regardless of what they were being told by their mother.

Since then, I have been campaigning for the law to be changed and at the same time trying to find a way to expose Adrian Bressington from Awdry, Bailey and Douglas Solicitors in Devizes (my wife's solicitor), for what he is.

I was married to my wife for 19 years and still cannot bring myself to believe that she has done what she's done without encouragement from him. He has no scruples whatsoever, has told blatant lies in court on more than one occasion, and cares only about causing as much conflict as possible so he can benefit.

After what I have told you, don't you think it would be worth at least talking to your father, or writing to him to explain things as you see them? and ask him to explain his side of the story?

Ask yourself what your mother would feel like if she had been deprived of you for 2 years? You said you missed him and I am 100% sure he misses you and would do anything to see you again. I know I would.

Finally, thanks for your best wishes - I wish you the very best too.

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