What are some examples of things you shouldn’t say if your custody order says not to disparage your ex to the kids’ medical providers?
Look at it this way: if you wonder whether what you’re thinking of saying is disparaging, it likely is, or at least might be considered disparaging by a reasonable person. Thus, when in doubt as to whether it’s disparaging, either don’t express it or think of a way to express a sincere thought in a non-disparaging way.
Look at it this way too: if you do not believe what you are contemplating telling the medical provider(s) will help the medical provider(s) care for your children’s health, then don’t tell that to the medical provider. A corollary: if it doesn’t need to be told to the medical provider(s), it probably shouldn’t be.
And look at it this way too: if what you are contemplating tell the medical provider(s) 1) would cast your ex in a negative light; and 2) is not true, that’s almost surely disparaging.
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