Good! We think that this is definitely in everyone's best interest.
A source explains:
"Charlie must submit to a mental health evaluation with a licensed professional before he can see Bob and Max. Charlie won't see the boys until he sees a psychiatrist, that is someone neutral, that hasn't previously treated him. Charlie knows what he has to do to see the boys. If he wants to see them, he will do it. Charlie agreed to these terms in the custody agreement. He has to adhere to the terms. The fact is though that before Charlie's problems began in the last several months, he had had little or no contact with Bob and Max in the previous 16 months."
Sadly, that has yet to happen, and we doubt it will for quite some time, if ever.
We're just thankful that Brooke put these terms into place in order to ensure that her kids remain safe.
Such a shame that his relationship with his children isn't an important enough incentive for him to want and get his life in order.
Here's hoping there's a miracle and he comes to his senses.
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