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Re: It's an impossible situation annierose

Posted by Dinah on May 4, 2006, at 11:18:56

In reply to Re: It's an impossible situation Dinah, posted by annierose on May 4, 2006, at 9:11:02

I don't know that I believe that children are as resilient as people say. :(

But I called and told my husband that I'd support whatever decision he made. And that it wouldn't be "his fault" if it turned out to be the wrong one. It was my decision to support him. But that he couldn't ask me to make a decision about how important it was to his job security to move, or how much more secure the family would be economically, because it was *his* job. I am not there, and I don't know the nuances of what's going on. If it was my job, he'd have to trust me, and since it's his job I'm going to have to trust him. And trust him to balance that concern with the concern about our son, and make the best decision for our family.

Because it's really not fair to put me in the position he put me in last night.


I know my therapist isn't being overly helpful right now. But I have hopes that he can be again. Hopes that were reawakened in that double session, despite its obvious flaws.




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