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    I'm a lists person so seeing it on paper would help.

    Pros/cons sort of thing.

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    If it is about leaving your DH - I am in the same boat. I figure when/if it's time I will know. I won't have to overthink it, I'll just be done. While I have so much doubt and hesitation I think it's best to stay in the marriage. Especially as at this time in my life it allows me to stay home with my children and have financial security.

    Sorry if it's not about leaving your DH - just sharing my experience.

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    It's actually a job thing. But the job decision leads to the moving to the city or not decision and therefore the leaving the husband or not decision, which is actually a decision to permanently remove DS from his only family in this country. So, if I get this job (which will be ok, but not exactly what I want), it will be leaving the job in the country that I really love to stay in the city with DH, when it's highly likely we'll split anyway! If I don't get the job there's no decision-making - it's all done for me cos my leave finishes this year and I'll have to go back to work and hubby won't come to the country...

    I don't know if I want to win this job or not 😳.. I think good old gut feeling wins it every time for me.


 

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