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teach her some sort of lesson. But I doubt it. She's a selfish, conniving, manipulative woman and I doubt this has done nothing to change her outlook on the CS situation in general, but at least it made us feel better in a small way.
sure, sure... let me hasten to say that i do agree with you. There are, certainly, nasty mothers and crappy fathers. Fo sho.
Only, in my experience, it has been a far better thing for my dd if i not only refrain from pointing these things out (you've already said you never speak ill of the child's mother in front of dc), but also refrain from allowing myself in my own heart to describe or view her father or sm as only the crappy things they do.
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