Users' questions

Why does my daughter get upset about weekend visits?

Why does my daughter get upset about weekend visits?

I think your daughter is simply manifesting the tensions between you. I wonder if she feels she can’t trust him because it’s you who left him and you no longer live with him? It’s interesting that you say “he refuses to have a relationship with me”. Your daughter may not see it like that if you’ve told her you left Daddy.

Is it safe for my daughter to see Daddy?

Your daughter may not see it like that if you’ve told her you left Daddy. The ideal is for a child to have contact with both parents, as long as it is safe – emotionally and physically. So you also need to ascertain if something has happened at his house to make her feel unsafe. What happened three months ago when she started becoming unhappy?

How often do adult children see their parents?

It was our duty to maintain regular contact, the natural thing to do. But it seems that the days when adult children gave their elderly parents some time and consideration are long over. A new survey conducted by Age UK has found that only a fifth of over-65s see their adult children as much as once a fortnight.

How often does my daughter see a Dr?

My 23 year old daughter believes that the universe is going to save and provide for her. 4 months ago she quit a very good job. She has been living at home rent free. I found out through a EOB that we received in the mail that she has been seeing a dr every 6 moths for Adderall. I talked to her about it and she told me she was selling it.

What happens if my child doesn’t want to visit with the other parent?

Not only are these moments emotionally devastating to the parents and the child, but these moments also create three major challenges: (1) distrust and suspicion between the parents, (2) awkwardness between the parents and the child, and (3) potential legal jeopardy if the parents don’t handle the situation properly.

When does visitation end when a child becomes an adult?

Also, visitation generally ends at age 18 when the child becomes an adult. At that point, it is up to the child and parent to continue their relationship as they wish. Can they arrest me if my child refuses visitation?

Can a 17 year old refuse to go on visitation?

Brette’s Answer: No court is going to force a 17 year old to go on visitation if he doesn’t want to. A child so close to majority usually has his preference followed. You’re doing the right thing in encouraging him to go, but it’s up to him.

What happens if you force a 16 year old to visit you?

For example, let’s say your child is 16-years-old and wants to hang out with his or her friends instead of visiting with you. If you force your 16-year-old to visit, I can assure you that the visitation will not go well. Your child will be angry and upset with you and the child’s negative feelings about visitation will increase.