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    Quote Originally Posted by Que Sera View Post
    Sounds like he needs to have some time as the primary carer to road test his stupid idea. It can work but you need serious teamwork and a lot of resources and impromptu babysitters at hand. Must be nice to breeze through life with such uncomplicated thinking!!!!
    There is no teamwork unfortunately. We are very very close to separating. But thats another thread.

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    Gee thats rough. I guess the upside is that if you are doing everything without his help... You should be able to sail along without him too. I hope it all works out for you, but by the sounds it might get worse before it gets better. Have you got good support from anyone else or other rellos?

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    that makes it very very hard.

    Its hard enough with the full support and assistance of a partner ...



 

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