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    Quote Originally Posted by RuffledPansy View Post
    How will that work ..?
    It's backdated to the date you contact them .

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwimum890 View Post
    How did you go telling your kids he has left?
    I know it's wrong but I haven't done this yet ...I can't do it ...they are 8 and 5...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuffledPansy View Post
    I know it's wrong but I haven't done this yet ...I can't do it ...they are 8 and 5...
    You have done Centrelink and CS. 2 big huge steps. Tell the kids this week. Let it be this week's job. Then next week contact Legal Aid. Just one thing at a time.

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    OP, just wanted to say that I am really proud of you for what you've achieved so far. You are doing so well.

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    How are you going OP? Are you planning on sorting out housing or telling the kids? Do you have support from your family and friends? I notice the first thing you did was arranging things with Centrelink, which is a good first step, but also the most easily reversed if you change your mind about leaving your husband. So I'm just wondering, and I hope you won't mind me asking but....well....on a scale of 1-10, how likely do you think it is that you are really splitting up permanently? As a distant observer, it looks like you're leaving the door open to get back together (maybe not consciously?) No judgment from me, just wondering....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdro View Post
    How are you going OP? Are you planning on sorting out housing or telling the kids? Do you have support from your family and friends? I notice the first thing you did was arranging things with Centrelink, which is a good first step, but also the most easily reversed if you change your mind about leaving your husband. So I'm just wondering, and I hope you won't mind me asking but....well....on a scale of 1-10, how likely do you think it is that you are really splitting up permanently? As a distant observer, it looks like you're leaving the door open to get back together (maybe not consciously?) No judgment from me, just wondering....
    No ...too much has been said and done ...he blames me for everything and can't see his own problems and mistakes. ..I am to blame for is gambling and drinking. ..and he can't see past any of that ...

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    Please don't feel that it's your fault. He is responsible for his own actions.

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    Wow RP, he's an adult and responsible for his own actions. He's trying to pass the buck to absolve himself of all guilt, and also to manipulate you a bit more. Don't listen to him.

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    How are you going RP? Did you tell the kids / look into housing arrangements etc.? Where to from here?

    Hope you're ok.

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    Just checking in, hope you're going ok x


 

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