Marriage And Relationship: Should Abusive Father Be Allowed To Visit His Kids
Women should proceed with precaution when dealing with such situation. There is an old adage and it is “horse will get used to the old road”. This means that when a person is abusive they will keep up with that habit and it’ll be difficult for them to get rid of it. This is also how employer analyze their prospective employees. They will look at your past record and determine your future behavior. If you have a clean record it means that you’ll probably not be of any risk but if you have a bad record then you’re at high risk because you may do those things again. This is why employers have a 6 months test period to see if you’re reliable and trustworthy.
They can let you go after that period if they found that you’re not measuring up to their standards. We can learn from the ways other field analyze things. We know that history can be repeated. Therefore you should be cautious at all time if you will allow the father to visit the child. You should supervise the visit as much as possible and don’t let him take the child out of your sight. You’ll be surprise to know that most ex husband will pull things in order to take revenge on you. Usually, when you separate there will be many unresolved issues such as anger and resentment. It’s up to your judgment if you want to allow the visitation or not. Some father who are unstable don’t want to see their children or can’t afford to see them. Some father hide because they don’t want to pay child support. You can also get a judgment in court to see whether the judge allow visitation. The court will know if he is entitle to visitation. If the father has changed his ways and has become a better person then you should give him a chance. People do change and they should be given a second chance. There are those that will only get worse and you need to keep your children away from those people.
Written by kay_pierre