Originally Posted by kara speltz
Dearest Jennifer: Wow! I hadn't heard the whole story before, but I'm so happy for you that this trauma in your life is now history. Know that I am keeping you and your family in my prayers and keep your focus on the future. Much love, Kara
Thank you Kara
You, amongst others here, have been very supportive over the years.
Originally Posted by scott snedeker
wow! what a story!
His need to prey on his children is astounding and certainly should earn him a public profile with law enforcement!
One thing I learned is that when I was attacked in my home by my Ex is to make it very clear in the witness or police report that you fear for your life and to separate the incident into two distinct attacks.
Just in case in the future ther is trouble. This is how a restraining order gets emergently enforced.
Congratulations on your freedom! You are entitled to many joys ahead of yooou!
During the divorce local police were keeping an eye on him and my mom still has a restraining order against him. I thought about getting one but decided against it because of how annoying the process is. Since he never got physically violent with my sister or I, I do not feel that it is necessary.
He is the pastor at the church down the street from us, remarried and moved on with his life. I think we're safe now. If he ever harasses us again then I'll look into it.
Thanks for the congrats
Originally Posted by Daniel
I am very happy for you and your family. You've been on a very long and hard journey. And I wish you many more years of peace and release.
Thank you and thank you for all the times that I looked up to you for comfort during hard times.