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#1 of 2 Old 02-22-2004, 08:52 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I am a mother in the middle of a painful divorce and
> custody case. I have recently completed the
> psychological evaluation process required of parents
> in this situation. Unfortunately, the psychologist
> assigned to my case has recommended that my child's
> father be awarded sole/full custody. I would only
> have visitation and would not be involved in any
> decisions regarding my child.
>
> The psychologist cited reasons for his decision based
> upon a "concern" of my approach to seeking health care
> for my children-My willingness/openness to alternative
> treatment in conjunction with conventional medicine.
> (i.e foregoing erythromycin ointment in eyes at birth
> refusing steroidal injection for my infants eczema
> electing to give immunizations one at a time, choosong to breastfeed beyond 2 years of age....)
> I am a bachelors prepared RN, with a Master's degree
> in public health and 2 semesters into a graduate
> midwifery program. My decisions for my children
> were/are arrived at based on research and my
> experience in the health care field. I feel I am
> being attacked for being a conscientious parent.
>
> Please, if you can share research, information
> regarding advocacy groups, put me in touch with other
> women or men for that matter who are experiencing
> similar situation, I would be so appreciative. I may
> have a long journey ahead to maintain custody of my
> child. Please guide me to any resources that may help.
>
> Sincerely,
> Kay kay
> woody128@yahoo.com
>
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I don't know the details but honey, it sounds like you need a really good family law attorney. Or any family law attorney for that matter. What you have is a pure case of discrimination. With your credentials or even without them, and with a firm religious belief, (let's just say), you are entitled to an unbiased fair chance at custody of your son. You are at least entitled to a second opinion.
Good luck!
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