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NonCustodial Mother Of The Month

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NonCustodial Mother Of The Month Ladies we want to share with the world some of the bravest mothers who have faced adversity in the family court. Mothers are leaving their abuser and the abuser is gaining custody of their children. Usually, these children are concealed from their loving mothers as well. NonCustodial Mothers go for years without seeing or talking to their children because of alienation. Many may think that these mothers are bad mothers, but the reality is they are GREAT mothers. Many NonCustodial Mothers have no prior drug use, abuse charges, criminal history or the likes. Just how does a child bet removed from a mother's life with no criminal charges being filed? If you have been through family court you would understand. Mothers have found evidence of custody being sold to abusive fathers who have money or their family member has money. Research has come out on how the family court is not serving parents and are not in the "Best Interest of Child

Trust In Yourself And Never Doubt Yourself For One Minute.

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Deanna Creator Of NonCustodial Mother's Day In 1999 I went through a divorce that cost a lot of money. I fought for custody of my children. The odds were against me and they were showing me as a bad mother and the father as a "great dad" so the Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) stated. The GAL is an attorney for children and watches out for the best interest of the children in a divorce case. No matter what I did I was made out to be the bad parent and my ex a great father, even though I had a Personal Protection Order (PPO) against him for violence. I had to continue to remind myself that I was a great person, my children were my life and I would do anything for them. Knowing something was wrong and keeping myself out of jail, as the judge threatened to do to me, I kept quiet in court. I researched the players in my case and attended public meetings and events.  In the end, he got custody and my children were concealed from me. That is when I started researching all th

Traps Encountered By Battered Mothers

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Women leaving violent relationships face many challenges and risks. A survivor with children may encounter even greater barriers in protecting herself and her children from an ex-partner. These barriers are especially insidious because they take the form of “no-win” situations or “traps.” If she stays she may be accused of “failing to protect” her children from violence and then faces more violence, yet leaving means facing the risk of stalking, harassment and more abuse. Reporting threats or violence to authorities or being reluctant to co-parent means she goes against the “friendly parent” standard used to award custody. She also risks being accused of making false allegations of abuse or being labeled as an “alienator,” causing “parental alienation syndrome” in her child. We illustrate such traps with survivors’ own words among those who experience very negative custody or visitation outcomes. Learn more here.

This poem was written by Maryann Petri on NonCustodial Mother's Day!

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This poem was written by Maryann Petri on NonCustodial Mother's Day! Deanna just happened to come across the poem and love it! They both want to share with NonCustodial Mothers to let them know we have been through it. 

YouTube Pick Yourself Up Playlist For Parents In Family Court!

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YouTube Pick Yourself Up Playlist For Parents In Family Court! Dealing with the family court can really get us down. Deanna created a list of music to lift your spirits and get you feeling better. Listen when you feel defeated or need a pick me up. There are kid’s songs, worship songs, oldies but goodies and more. Make your own YouTube list and add the songs you like. Feeling Defeated Tell Your Heart To Beat Again I Believe I Can Fly Beautifully Broken Voice Of Truth Hero Feeling Down Praise You In The Storm Joy - Backstreet Boys Joy Joy Joy - Michael Jackson Rise Up Don't Worry Be Happy Worship Joy Joy King and Country Joy Game On - Sing Language Joy By Tori Harper Sing For Joy Need To Breath The Happiness Happiness Is Here Happiness - Pharrell Williams Night Time We Like To Party I Gotta Feeling Let Grove Tonight Ladies Night Hip Hop Joy - Jimmy Ledrac Boom Boom Boom Pow Just Dance Uptown Funk Fu

Is Custody Being Sold In Domestic Violence Cases?

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Is Custody Being Sold In Domestic Violence Cases? Deanna discovered that her former spouse purchased custody of their children with the help of the Guardian Ad Litem (GAL). She is now looking for statistical information to find out just how many noncustodial mothers have the same experience. Take this quick survey on  Survey Monkey  to help gather more information. Red Flags Custody Was Sold To The Other Parent Healing Your PTSD At Home How To Shut Down Supervised Visitation Programs

6 Gift Ideas For NonCustodial Mothers

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6 Gift Ideas For NonCustodial Mothers 6 Gifts Ideas For Non Custodial Mothers When children are concealed from their mother, all the mother wants for Christmas is their children. They don’t even really care to celebrate Christmas. Christmas is just not the same without  the kids. After all, Christmas is done for the kids. Here are some gift ideas to get a noncustodial mother this holiday who is hurting and missing their children. 1. Snag Wear Since NonCustodial Mother’s Day was created and not an official holiday yet, there was no merchandise letting others know the holiday existed.  We decided Zazzle.com was the perfect place to do this. When you purchase an item, part of the sale will go to help create the holiday. 2. Perfect time to get a hurting mother a therapy animal. Moms miss hugging and kissing their children. A therapy animal will also help her healing process and when she needs to give some love, she can give that to an animal. 3. Moms like to fe