New York Promoting Disneyland Dads

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November 13, 2013

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New York Promoting Disneyland Dads
By Rita Fuerst Adams, National Executive Director, National Parents Organization

McDonald's Happy Meal
It appears David Schorr is going to have his parenting time diminished for refusing to be a Disneyland Dad.

His son, with gratitude to a court-appointed psychiatrist and Mom, has learned how to get his way, how to play his parents against each other, and that he is in charge.

On his Tuesday dinner night with his four-year old son, his son threw a tantrum to manipulate Dad into taking him to McDonald’s. Dad held firm and told his son that they would eat a healthy dinner at the neighborhood café, or not eat.

Schorr’s son taught him a lesson by refusing to eat. Mom and the family courts are using this incidence to trample Dad and diminish his parenting time. First by Mom taking their son to McDonald’s when he was returned to her. Second, by the court-appointed psychiatrist, Marilyn Schiller, deeming Schorr, “wholly incapable of taking care of his son.” With this, Schorr’s meager parenting time may be cut by the New York family courts. Read more...

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