So, just to clarify Op. He works away and you have no support where you are and when he's home he doesn't do his fair share? If you move to where your family are and have the support when he is away, he will not continue the relationship? You feel you and your child are not a priority in his life but you are grateful that he's earning a regular income? Do you have equal access to finances and are you able to pay for help if you needed it?
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