I know my sister is reading this forum so I have been mum for the most part on what is going on with my kids (my sister doesn't like me) but this time I'm so nervous I am going to post and if she sees it, I don't care. Bart, as most of you know, has anxiety disorder and with it the tendency to be unable to handle stress without freaking out. Tonight he received a text message from a school district he had never heard of welcoming his child to his new school. Now Bart has 50% custody over all decisions his ex makes over Junior. Junior likes the school he is at and doesn't want to move plus ex is moving him deliberately to a very far away inconvenient school district as she moves from one house to another in her everlasting quest to make Bart give up his 50% time with Junior. According to the parenting plan, she can't move him to another school district without getting the ok from Bart. But the parenting plan, signed by her in court, never stopped her from following it. Of course this text came at night so he can't call his lawyer. His lawyer was going to order a restraining order keeping Junior at his school, but Bart is afraid it's too late if she already transferred him. For an hour I've been hearing, "But what if there is nothing he can do? What if it's too late? This is what I was afraid of, that she'd move without notifying me." And I thought she may too, although she has been court ordered to notify him. Since the divorce she has not followed the rules. This time she defied but the court, but he seems to think she is all powerful and that nothing can be done. Ok, so I didn't have to listen, but he was so nervous I listened and now I'm a wreck too. I don't want her to do these things to my precious grandson and Bart's nervousness feeds my own anxiety disorder. This is one night I wonder what made me think I could be a mother. I worry too much about them. He is my adult child who wraps me in his troubles and makes me sick with worry. My other kids handle their own problems...sometimes Princess will call me, but rarely, not for that sort of thing. Jumper keeps things to herself. Sonic gets nervous fast and gets over it fast and never seems to have any monster issues. He is easily soothed. Maybe the real issue is parenting a very high strung young man who expects me to still calm him down and I don't know how. It's not like I KNOW what his attorney can do. Ok, so now I am going to watch a nice movie with husband and wait until tomorrow.; I can't believe that after the horrible custody battle and the emotion going through that that the nightmare is starting again. I am mostly worried because of Junior. I sosmetimes feel guilty that I had a biological child. I was more aware than most are that I could pass along this anxiety disorder. I just hoped I wouldn't. But I did. The other kids handle anxiety much better.