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Re: whats worse for a daughter.... B2chica

Posted by antigua3 on July 10, 2007, at 9:00:54

In reply to Re: whats worse for a daughter...., posted by B2chica on July 10, 2007, at 8:28:47

You'll be OK, but you have to take care of yourself. Is there a teenage girl in the neighborhood who can watch her while you nap? Say, take her for a walk or something so she's in the stroller?

My husband thinks everything is my problem and always has,but after all the T I've done, I've realized how much of our dissention is about him, and not me. I'm easy to step right into guilt and take responsibility, but I accept now that's it's not all me.

My husband is a great dad, but he still is jealous even after all these years. He wants me to pay more attention to him, and sometimes with being depressed I admit I often fall short w/him.

I've decided to stay in this marriage for many reasons, but it does mean tolerating some things I really shouldn't have to sometimes. It's not easy, but it has always been impt to me that my kids have both parents (I know it's not for everyone, we all have to make our own decisions!)

Your daughter will know what is appropriate because you will teach her by your actions and deeds, and that doesn't mean that you will always have to point it out to her w/regards to your husband. That will just make her defensive. Life is full of opportunities for kids to learn lessons and I always steal from others for examples when I don't want to get close to home!

Please take yourself,




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