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    EddieL1976
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    Hi all,

    I’m looking for some guidance. I have a really fractured relationship with my daughters mother. We share the parenting of our 9 year old daughter and it has been a really rocky road over those years. With all the challenges this comes with – I’m now aware that she is completely flaunting the Covid rules and restrictions. Happily inviting people to her home – partying away and without a care. I only ever find out about this after the event. My concern is the risk this is creating for us all. My daughter is also asthmatic so is considered vulnerable. I appreciate that this might be considered panicky – but I’m keen to know what others think and would do?  Just to throw a spanner in the works…she’s a Social Worker!

    any help hugely appreciated.

    E.

    #46440 Report

    warwickshire1
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    There is nothing you can do .  And shes a social worker so you even more unlikely to get anywhere . Sorry thats not what you want to hear but what can you do other than be forced to put up with it so u still see your daughter without any issues

    #46441 Report

    EddieL1976
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    That’s where the frustration lies. There has never been an issue with shared access – but there has been a consistency with flouting the rules and guidance in place to keep everyone safe – least of all our daughter…who’s the most important one.

    it may sound pedantic and a bit petty – but for what it’s worth – should I report her?

    #46444 Report

    warwickshire1
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    No, i wouldnt report her. I say this as it will only go against you in long run. You will then have hostile encounters with out of all people a social worker.

    The only way is to maybe approach her in a emphatic way and say its making you anxious etc and hope that makes her calm down and be a bit more careful

    #46458 Report

    EddieL1976
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    Fingers crossed. Thanks warwickshire1

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