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Ambivilance

Posted by Dinah on September 15, 2005, at 21:19:20

In reply to ((dinah)) Dinah, posted by Shortelise on September 15, 2005, at 20:17:04

Well, mainly ambivilant because the fact came out that he had purchased a house in the new location. And that he's happy to continue seeing me if I'm happy to drive all that way.

I'm actually one of the lucky ones. I've got a home to return to, my husband and I both have jobs to return to. We are just temporarily displaced, and I'm temporarily underemployed.

I am NOT going to leave my therapist. I'll just waste one day a week, a lot of gas, and a day's pay to go see him.

But I will admit to being very angry with him. I think he and his family made some hasty decisions and now have to justify them by becoming entrenched. And it bugs me that I am so damned attached to someone, and rely on someone, who obviously does worse in an emergency than I do. :(

 

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