‘Not seeing my children is a living hell’ – BBC News

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‘Not seeing my children is a living hell’ – BBC News
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I know I can cook out a photograph no the children have to refer to me by my first name I’m being treated as if I’m dead in fact wasn’t that happy memories have been wiped out reception asking for you immediately thought I paid an accident my first words were the kids okay police said that had an allegation that I was harassing my ex-husband will fit and crying my eyes out so I signed the document I complained the police apologized and removed it from this cold one of the children was take the hospital I have to rent a responsibility but I wasn’t involved literally I have been cooked out there lies entirely deleted the rest is the only way I can describe it that’s only because I appreciate the difficulties separated parents face let me see now and every minute of every day every morning and my son store every night in my life though I miss them can’t even explain how much I missed event is tortuous 7/2
Social workers who look after children’s interests in the family courts are being given new guidelines this autumn, to help in cases where a child refuses to see a parent.
This is ‘Anna’s’ story, voiced by an actress.

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