Be strong girl!
You are responsible for your present circumstances. But it's not your fault. Someone cheated you. Unsupportive husband. You didn't ask for this. You didn't do anything to deserve this. Life is so unfair. That is all very true. Still, you are responsible for your present circumstances. Why should I be? Because it's your life, and no one else can live it for you. But it's not your fault things turned out this way. No, it's not your fault. It's your responsibility. There's a big difference. Your circumstances are your responsibility not because of how they came to be, but because of what can be done about them. The past is over. Time only moves forward, so no matter where your present circumstances came from, they're your responsibility now. Which is great, because it means you can do whatever you wish with them.
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6 In any matrimonial proceedings relating to divorce, nullity of marriage or judicial separation, which come within the purview of our Family Courts, the court may make such orders as it thinks fit with respect to the welfare of any child.3 Among the matters considered for the welfare of the child is the issue of custody.
7 The court may by order place the child in the sole custody of the father or the mother, and this is often the case in practice. Where the parents are able and willing to cooperate on the future upbringing of the child, the court may also place the child in the joint custody of both parents. In exceptional circumstances where it is undesirable to entrust the child to either parent, the child may be placed in the custody of any other relative of the child, any child welfare organisation or association, or any other suitable person.
8 In deciding in whose custody a child should be placed, the court will give paramount consideration to the welfare of the child. The court will give regard to the wishes of the parents, and also the wishes of the child if the child is of an age to express an independent opinion.
9 An order for custody may be made on such conditions as the court may think fit to impose. or example, it may— a) contain conditions as to the place where the child is to reside, the manner of the child’s education and the religion in which the child is to be brought up; b) provide for the child to be temporarily in the care and control of some person other than the person given custody; c) provide for a child to visit a parent deprived of custody or give a parent deprived of custody the right of access to the child, at such times and for such period as the court may consider reasonable; and d) prohibit the person given custody from taking the child out of Singapore.
10 There are a number of important concepts related to custody, such as residence, “care and control” and “access”. When making a custody order, the court will generally give care and control of the child to one parent. The child will reside with that parent, and that parent will be entitled to decide all questions relating to the upbringing and education of the child, subject to any conditions that the court may impose. The other parent, who is not given care and control, will have only rights of access to the child at specified times. In a sole custody order, care and control is generally given to the custodial parent, while the non-custodial parent is given access. In a joint custody order, care and control, similarly, is usually given to one of the parents, while the other gets access.