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    I’ve spent a little time going back and forth about posting this. As those that know me, I am a pretty private person and keep to myself on most topics especially when it comes to social media, but I think it's important that the real story is told and not just the lies of a narcissist who just wants attention.

First off, I know this will be seen by the one that its intended for and I know it will most likely not be read and that's fine. I know that even if it is gone through in its entirety it will fall short on the point because some people are just not savable and that's fine with me. This is in fact a statement that those involved know the whole truth and that truth will be shared when the time is appropriate. There are plenty of men out in the world who are actually victims of parental alienation and that is not okay in ANY capacity. When people pretend to be the victim of something when they are not all it's doing is taking away the voice of the real victims which is not okay. In fact it is a despicable act that just makes it harder for the real victims to come forward. 
When you have a schedule of seeing your son on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 8am-5pm maybe you should actually see him and not go on vacations almost every week during the summer. Maybe when you finally do see him maybe you should see him for the whole time and not show up hours late and drop him off hours early every time.

When you decide to see your son once a month maybe you shouldn’t take him for only a few hours and instead of doing something meaningful with him take him to so that you can cut hair. Thank you for publicly posting this btw.

If you cared about your son, then when your son’s mother texts you to let you know he had a seizure and is in the hospital your first response wouldn’t be “What number is this?”. Continues in comments for those that care. 
Photo Credit: @zee_cordero_balancednbent
Artistically Adapted by: @fransysco.b

    I’ve spent a little time going back and forth about posting this. As those that know me, I am a pretty private person and keep to myself on most topics especially when it comes to social media, but I think it's important that the real story is told and not just the lies of a narcissist who just wants attention.

    First off, I know this will be seen by the one that its intended for and I know it will most likely not be read and that's fine. I know that even if it is gone through in its entirety it will fall short on the point because some people are just not savable and that's fine with me. This is in fact a statement that those involved know the whole truth and that truth will be shared when the time is appropriate. There are plenty of men out in the world who are actually victims of parental alienation and that is not okay in ANY capacity. When people pretend to be the victim of something when they are not all it's doing is taking away the voice of the real victims which is not okay. In fact it is a despicable act that just makes it harder for the real victims to come forward.
    When you have a schedule of seeing your son on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 8am-5pm maybe you should actually see him and not go on vacations almost every week during the summer. Maybe when you finally do see him maybe you should see him for the whole time and not show up hours late and drop him off hours early every time.

    When you decide to see your son once a month maybe you shouldn’t take him for only a few hours and instead of doing something meaningful with him take him to so that you can cut hair. Thank you for publicly posting this btw.

    If you cared about your son, then when your son’s mother texts you to let you know he had a seizure and is in the hospital your first response wouldn’t be “What number is this?”. Continues in comments for those that care.
    Photo Credit: @zee_cordero_balancednbent
    Artistically Adapted by: @fransysco.b

    38 8 28 March, 2019

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    I’ve spent a little time going back and forth about posting this. As those that know me, I am a pretty private person and keep to myself on most topics especially when it comes to social media, but I think it's important that the real story is told and not just the lies of a narcissist who just wants attention.

First off, I know this will be seen by the one that its intended for and I know it will most likely not be read and that's fine. I know that even if it is gone through in its entirety it will fall short on the point because some people are just not savable and that's fine with me. This is in fact a statement that those involved know the whole truth and that truth will be shared when the time is appropriate. There are plenty of men out in the world who are actually victims of parental alienation and that is not okay in ANY capacity. When people pretend to be the victim of something when they are not all it's doing is taking away the voice of the real victims which is not okay. In fact it is a despicable act that just makes it harder for the real victims to come forward. 
When you have a schedule of seeing your son on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 8am-5pm maybe you should actually see him and not go on vacations almost every week during the summer. Maybe when you finally do see him maybe you should see him for the whole time and not show up hours late and drop him off hours early every time.

When you decide to see your son once a month maybe you shouldn’t take him for only a few hours and instead of doing something meaningful with him take him to so that you can cut hair. Thank you for publicly posting this btw.

If you cared about your son, then when your son’s mother texts you to let you know he had a seizure and is in the hospital your first response wouldn’t be “What number is this?”. Continues in comments for those that care. 
Photo Credit: @zee_cordero_balancednbent
Artistically Adapted by: @fransysco.b

    I’ve spent a little time going back and forth about posting this. As those that know me, I am a pretty private person and keep to myself on most topics especially when it comes to social media, but I think it's important that the real story is told and not just the lies of a narcissist who just wants attention.

    First off, I know this will be seen by the one that its intended for and I know it will most likely not be read and that's fine. I know that even if it is gone through in its entirety it will fall short on the point because some people are just not savable and that's fine with me. This is in fact a statement that those involved know the whole truth and that truth will be shared when the time is appropriate. There are plenty of men out in the world who are actually victims of parental alienation and that is not okay in ANY capacity. When people pretend to be the victim of something when they are not all it's doing is taking away the voice of the real victims which is not okay. In fact it is a despicable act that just makes it harder for the real victims to come forward.
    When you have a schedule of seeing your son on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 8am-5pm maybe you should actually see him and not go on vacations almost every week during the summer. Maybe when you finally do see him maybe you should see him for the whole time and not show up hours late and drop him off hours early every time.

    When you decide to see your son once a month maybe you shouldn’t take him for only a few hours and instead of doing something meaningful with him take him to so that you can cut hair. Thank you for publicly posting this btw.

    If you cared about your son, then when your son’s mother texts you to let you know he had a seizure and is in the hospital your first response wouldn’t be “What number is this?”. Continues in comments for those that care.
    Photo Credit: @zee_cordero_balancednbent
    Artistically Adapted by: @fransysco.b

    38 8 28 March, 2019