I do not know what he thinks the journal will prove, but it will not prove anything except that he has kept a journal. Everything in there is his notes and his impressions; it may help him keep track of what his notes and impressions were, but that is it. You can keep a journal that says "April 30, 2010: husband lost temper, ate sixty-five bananas then jumped off the roof", but writing it would not make any part of your entry true.
In short, it is basically meaningless, and you should not worry about it at all.
Let me know if I may be of further assistance. Thank you.
both the notes and anything that he told his counselor would ordinarily be considered hearsay, and would therefore be inadmissible as evidence even if he tried.
He can accuse you of whatever he pleases, but mere accusations are meaningless. The fact that he thinks his journal will give him some kind of leverage underscores, in my mind, how little he knows about what he is doing.
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