Posted By G Lewis on September 16, 1998 at 20:33:48:
I am in a difficult situation. My daughter, who is 3 1/2 is diagnoised with
pervasive development disorder. I am the non-custodial parent. My daughter's
Mother has been diagnoised with borderline personality. The Mother has done everything
everything she can to prevent me from seeing my daughter, saying that visitation
isn't in my daughter's best interest. I've been able to sit in the same room with
my daughter a few times, but I haven't been allowed to interact in anyway. I don't
want to do anything which is detrimental to her, but I just don't understand why
other people can interact with her and I can't. I work with developmentally disabled
adults, so I am not completely ignorant. The mental health
professional who is present doesn't have a background in autism, but seem to have
significant input with the court. What can or should I do? I haven't been able to
see current medical records.
Thank you for any advice. This is all just heartbreaking.
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