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Why Did Nobody Tell Me? The book to lead you through the minefield that is 21st century parenting.
The first contact since may. She is very brave. I am sorta being pathetic, feeling angry, sad, angry, sorry for myself.its easier not to see him. first time i ahev seen him since he got married too, so there's a nice shiny ring to avoid looking at too.DD is so good, i am proud, she is full of beans, And all becuase i told him to tell her that he loved her.Is it so fuckinghard. Be gone ex dh.
((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((pc))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))it does get easier once you see that it makes your dd happier
Ah but you are the bigger person, no?He should think to tell her that he loves her without being prompted.You are doing a grand job, get that chin up and push back your shoulders.AS a seperate issue, can you get a third party involved at handover - I am thinking of your parents here, could they help ?
i understand how you feel tho pc xxx(tis i, fm!)
back ok, she had a nice time.she said 'he didn't let me down mummy',ie didn't press her abotu going to his place, altho he did mention that his dw and her children missed her.whatever.sorry thats negative, but the dw is part of the overal problem that got dd in a state this tiem last yr inthe first palce.i heard him say to dd 'look after mummy wont you' ( we are going away this week} to which she said 'yes and i will look after the cat'and he repeated it 'but look after mummy won't you'justmade me miss 'us' momentarily.handovers, my dad wouldn't get involved, and my mum lives abroad. I can do it for dd, as long as she is happy again.they are going to see each other when we get back, so i am very very happy for dd.
yaaaaaaaaaaay!!! ((((((((((((((((((pc)))))))))))))))))am so glad for you xxx
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