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No, really. From Miner v. Garrity (the excerpt is long, because I wanted to include all the allegations quoted by the court); thanks to Dan Gifford for the bracelet homme kiel james patrick pointer:

Adult children brought suit against mother, raising claims of intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent infliction of emotional distress as a result of “bad mothering.” Dismissal of suit for failure to state a cause of action was affirmed, since plaintiffs failed to allege conduct that was so extreme and outrageous “as to go beyond all possible bounds of decency” under the standard articulated in Public Finance Corporation v. bracelet swarovski perle Davis, 66 Ill. 2d 85, 90 (1976), and the Restatement (Second) of Torts 46 (1965). This was the trial court’s characterization of the allegations in their complaint, and plaintiffs adopt that characterization in their appellate brief. The father’s name is Steven A. Miner. To avoid confusion, we shall refer to him simply as “the plaintiffs’ father” or “the father.” We note parenthetically that the father is one of bracelet homme survit the attorneys for the plaintiffs.

Twenty one year old Steven A. Miner II and 18 year old Kathryn Miner, the children of Kimberly A. Garrity, brought suit against Garrity for “bad mothering.” Both sought damages in excess of $50,000 for intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent infliction of emotional distress, as well as punitive damages. The trial court dismissed their complaint for failure to bracelet homme clef plate state a cause of action. Plaintiffs now appeal. For the reasons that accessoires bracelet homme follow, we affirm complaint alleges that on November 17, 1995, when Steven was seven and Kathryn was four, Garrity and their biological father were divorced. The father was granted sole custody of Steven. The parents had joint legal custody over Kathryn, who resided at her father’s house and had rochet bijoux bracelet homme visitation with her mother.

According to the complaint, ever since the divorce, Garrity has “engaged bracelet personnalise prenom enfant tatouage polynésien bracelet homme in a course of conduct which has caused both bracelet homme ancrage the intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress to STEVEN and KATHRYN.” The complaint alleges that this conduct is fueled, in part, by Garrity’s desire to retaliate against her ex husband, toward whom she harbors great animosity.

The complaint provides a lengthy list of the many dessin tattoo bracelet homme ways in which Garrity allegedly inflicted emotional distress upon the plaintiffs, as follows:

After the divorce, Garrity tried to obtain custody of Kathryn, arguing that the plaintiffs ought to be separated since Steven had been abused by a female adult and therefore might abuse Kathryn. (According to the complaint, this was ironic, since Garrity was the one who abused Steven in the first place. The complaint does not specify what bracelet homme jeton kind of abuse Garrity allegedly committed.) Eventually, the parents agreed to the custody compromise described above.

Garrity allegedly treated the siblings unequally in an attempt to “pit the siblings against each other.” From 1997 to 2007, Kathryn regularly visited Garrity, but Steven did not; Garrity would give clothes and toys to Kathryn during her visits, but she did not give anything to Steven. At other bracelet homme perle de jade times, according to the complaint, Garrity would favor Steven over Kathryn. Although Kathryn asked Garrity to bring her to an auto show in 2006 and a car race in 1998, Garrity refused and instead brought Steven. When both siblings attended events with Garrity, Garrity would allegedly dote on Steven and ignore Kathryn’s requests. Garrity also allegedly bracelet homme cuir double tour favored Steven in financial matters. When Steven asked for college financial assistance, Garrity willingly contributed, but when Kathryn asked for the same, Garrity allegedly refused. Likewise, Garrity willingly contributed to Steven’s purchase of an all terrain bracelet personnalise tissu vehicle, but when Kathryn asked for money for homecoming, for disco dances in 2006 and 2007, and for her graduation dress in 2009, Garrity allegedly “engaged in bartering and haggling.”

Under the terms of the divorce, Garrity is responsible for paying half of the plaintiffs’ medical expenses that are not covered by insurance. However, according to the complaint, Garrity does not trust the plaintiffs to accurately report their medical expenses but requires that they provide her with receipts.

Garrity allegedly told Steven that she did not want to be “financially drained” by the plaintiffs.

Garrity allegedly failed to send Christmas and birthday presents to Steven from 1996 to 2005 and failed to send presents to Kathryn in 2007. Moreover, according to the complaint, when she sends cards to them, she often “forgets that STEVEN and KATHRYN are children, failing to include any type of gift in the card.”

Garrity allegedly refers to the plaintiffs’ father as the “Disneyland” parent.

Since the divorce, Garrity allegedly has not taken Steven to a health or mental health care provider, and she has only taken Kathryn on two occasions.

Prior to Garrity’s remarriage, Garrity allegedly lived together with a man. (It is not clear from the complaint whether this man is the man that she eventually married.) Garrity told Kathryn during visitation that this behavior was appropriate because they were engaged. The complaint states that Kathryn “was so stressed that she gained significant weight as a result.”

Both Steven and Kathryn had a close relationship with their paternal grandmother and with a man whom they called “Pops.” When Garrity learned of this, she allegedly sought to bracelet homme moins cher destroy their relationship by refusing to allow them to be looked after by their paternal grandmother and “Pops.”

With regard to Steven in particular, the complaint alleges:

In 1989, prior to the divorce, while Steven’s father was at work, Steven’s right arm was fractured. Garrity allegedly told different people different stories about what happened: she told bracelet swarovski noir strass the father that it occurred while Steven was at daycare (while refusing to place a claim with the daycare’s medical insurance provider), she told Steven’s paternal grandmother that it occurred while Steven was with a friend, and she later told Steven that it occurred while he was with a babysitter.

In December 1994, Garrity asked Steven a question, and Steven replied. (The complaint does not elaborate upon what they said.) Garrity then allegedly “smacked him to the head.” Steven subsequently told his father that he hated Garrity and wanted to run away from home.

In May 1995, also prior to the divorce, Steven gave Garrity a popsicle stick jewelry box for Mother’s Day. He subsequently asked her to give the box back. When Garrity refused, Steven took the box anyway. Garrity allegedly claimed that she had a diamond necklace in that box and called the police to report that Steven had stolen it.

In August 1995, during a car ride, Garrity told Steven that if he did not buckle his bracelet homme plongee seatbelt, she would drive bracelet swarovski slake noir to the police station and tell the police that he would not put his seatbelt on.

When Steven was seven years old, he asked Garrity to leave him alone. From that time until the time that Steven was emancipated, Garrity had no contact with him.

In 1996, Garrity filed an emergency motion with the circuit court seeking to have the plaintiffs’ father held in contempt of court. In that motion, she alleged bracelet homme grain de café or blanc that the father allowed eight year old Steven to “brain wash” Kathryn so that Kathryn refused to go to visitation with Garrity.

When Steven was at college, Garrity did not send Steven any care packages until his 6th semester when she was prompted to do so by his father.

Although Steven has sought an apology from Garrity for her actions toward him, Garrity has allegedly refused to apologize and, in fact, has frequently refused even to acknowledge that the actions in question occurred. With regard to Kathryn in particular, the complaint alleges:

After the divorce, Garrity remarried and changed her surname, thus “causing attention” whenever she attended events at Kathryn’s school because of their different surnames.

From 1997 to 2007, Kathryn visited Garrity’s house on weekends. Garrity did not keep allergy medications in her house, so Kathryn was, in the parure collier bracelet swarovski words of the complaint, “forced” to bring her own medications. In addition, when Garrity would pick Kathryn up after school on Fridays, she would not drive Kathryn to her father’s house so that Kathryn could pick up her weekend bag. As a result, Kathryn was “forced” to bring her weekend bag to school with her on Fridays.

In late 1996 and/or early 1997, Kathryn wished to speak with a female mental health care professional. Garrity allegedly insisted on interviewing each of the three candidates, but took “an extraordinary amount of time” to do so. Consequently, Kathryn went back to seeing her previous mental health care professional.

Garrity refused to purchase Kathryn a dress for homecoming in 2007. She provided an automobile, but at midnight, when Kathryn was with her tatouage bracelet homme tortue friends, bracelet homme personnalisé famille Garrity allegedly contacted Kathryn and made her return the automobile. Moreover, Garrity allegedly related this incident to a female priest at a church where Kathryn bracelet homme dessin worked as a lay assistant. The priest then spoke with Kathryn regarding the incident. As a result, according to the complaint, Kathryn believed that God was angry with her and was unable to set foot in that church for several months because she believed that “everyone was looking at her with disfavor.”

Despite the fact that Garrity is required to bracelet homme 30 euros pay half of the plaintiffs’ medical expenses as described above, Garrity refused to pay half of the cost of an over the counter skin medication purchased by Kathryn in 2007, because it was not a prescription medication. When Kathryn arrived at Garrity’s house, Garrity had packed all of Kathryn’s belongings that were at her house…