Our expert says:
Whatever is of the most benefit to the kids, is the first consideration. It is frankly abusive when one parent works to poison the kids minds against the other parent, but unfortunately its rarely prosecuted as such.
YOu seem to be busy, though, being anxious on his behalf - is there a good reason why you don't trust him to make up his own mind about how to handle all this ? Has he asked you for advice ?
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