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First of all, I would have a serious talk with your fiance about his relationship with his ex. There is way too much contact with him and Piper and her at the same time. It is a very uncomfortable situation for you. It seems as though Piper is being manipulated by the ex wife. It also seems that the ex wife has the upper hand in all of this and may still have some sort of feelings for your fiance. You really cannot change another person. You can only change yourself. Sometimes to deal with situations and to try and make some sense of all of this for our own sanity, it is necessary to seek professional help like with a psychologist or a church counselor. It is hard to deal with it on your own. Sometimes you need to get all of your feelings out and talk to a neutral person. Also, I was just wondering if there was a court ordered visitation schedule that would alleviate all of the ex wife's demands of when she wants your ex to see Piper. I see no reason why the ex wife wants to make it seem like she, your fiance and Piper are still a family. Seek some professional counseling. It will help you and make you feel better in the long run. If you have health insurance, they can direct you to who you need to see. I feel your pain but I wish you the very best in your life.
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