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If my eldest hadn’t just started secondary I would! 😂
I know how you feel. The only differences are my husband’s moved quickly on to a mutual ‘friend’, which in his eyes makes it ok as the children already know her. But in their eyes this makes it worse, & they refuse to see her or go to her house, which means he now rarely sees them as he’s just lost his job so can’t afford to drive down here (over an hour each way) to see them or do school runs etc.
Apparently it gets better. I’m hoping this is true. In the meantime, vent to good friends when you need to; mine are keeping me going.
Yes, completely understand where you’re coming from. Can’t imagine ever meeting anyone who’d want to be with me now. Friends tell me I’ll find someone when I’m ready; I’m not so sure & am already dreading the day my girls move out (at least 11 years away for my youngest!)
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