My ex spends most of his time in front of his computer. This doesn't change just because his son is visiting. He actively encourages ds to watch movies and youtube videos, and to play video games. Sometimes they do this together, other times ds goes for long, unsupervised stretches in front of his computer. In fact, he's had his OWN computer for a while. Ex's idea, and I was not consulted!
I don't like the constant electronics, but I realize that how ex "parents" is not under my control, as long as ds is safe. I was upset, months ago, to hear that ex was letting ds watch while he (ex) played Borderlands, which is a first-person-shooter game. It's rated M for violence, gore, and language. I was stewing about it, but I didn't say anything, because ex tries to undermine me with ds anyway, and I didn't want to give him more ammunition, or the satisfaction of knowing he'd made me upset.
But, for ds' birthday, ex gave him a new computer, with more video games on it-- including BORDERLANDS! Of course, ds is thrilled, and that's all he wants to play now! To add to the unreasonableness of ex's decision, ds has ADHD and anxiety, and while he loves video games, they often lead to bad moods and meltdowns! Ex knows this.
Ex will not listen to me on this issue, obviously. Is there ANYTHING I can do to stop him from giving ds more stuff like this?