Sounds like you have a good plan in place. Just to take it a little step further perhaps you need to speak to your DH and make sure that he knows that at the end of the 2 weeks he has to be the one to remind her that it's time to leave. You don't want to be forced to be the bad guy. Good luck. X
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08-07-2015 22:02 #22
Just make sure you say "a week or two", not a short while. I had similar circumstances with a friend... 7 months later she's just gone and only because I put a stop on it.
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