It’s been a few months since I’ve posted on my blog, a lot has changed since then and I want to share my new story because this should bring hope that there can always be a recovery in these situations. Nothing is ever permanent and life is what we make of it. My story started off as being erased for 11 years of my daughter’s life and experiencing severe parental alienation, but an incident changed that.
I have updated the site name from IdahoFathersRights.com to AngryFathers.com, this will provide a more global platform and allow me to help support the cause we are advocating with.
Child support over the years has changed it’s meaning and these orders should be a fair directive to ensure that a child is supported fairly by each parent. I could go into massive details on the problems with today’s child support system but I do not feel that’s necessary because if you’re already here, you know. I will cover a few small details with that problem.
In 2017, it had been 9 years since I had seen or held my beautiful daughter in my arms. That last time was February 13th, 2008. I fought several times until 2013 until finally giving in to defeat. I accepted that I would never see my daughter again. My place in her life was dumbed down to simply a paycheck. I had to sit and watch her believe someone else was her father and there was nothing I could do about. Unless you are in this situation you will never understand the pain and torment you endure feeling this way.
Earlier this week, when I felt like there was no hope, no point, in fighting a corrupt family court system in my own battle, the Idaho Fathers’ Rights Movement page directed me to this story shared on the Minnesota Shared Parenting Action Group.
I follow so many father’s rights advocacy groups, so I see every single day the things fathers say about their children’s mother. I know how you guys may feel, and I fully understand that it may be justifiable. However, I really want you all to remember this. Regardless of the past, regardless of the present, regardless of the future, she will always be your child’s mother.
My name is Daniel and I am a father who has been dealing with the struggles that fathers deal with. I was alienated for a very long time because of my military service and the fact that my ex-girlfriend decided I wasn’t going to be my daughter’s father when she met her now-husband.