Friday, February 1, 2013

Divorce Dilemma: What I did

In case you missed the dilemma, you can read it here.

Right after I hit publish, I emailed D3 (who is almost 16), telling her that while I could not pick her up after her lesson because I had already committed to helping LB out with some school stuff, I could help out by picking her up after school and driving her to the lesson. 

She was happy with that and replied, "Ok! Thx! (:  <3". 

All was well. 

Thank you all for your comments. Being that I don't come from a divorced family, it is so interesting and helpful to hear from everyone's differing perspectives. 


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4 comments:

  1. Glad it worked out well. I remember my mom really struggling with not wanting the kids to suffer because of my dad's problem with not keeping promises. Thankfully he grew up a lot and we all have a great relationship, but there were many years of the exact situation you are explaining.

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  2. Big sigh of relief. You never know how things are going to go when a teenager is involved:-)

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing a piece of your life with us. We are on the opposite side of things, my husband was wounded in Iraq in 2007, while in the Army. Our life now revolves around going to the doctor, and keeping things straight, sometimes, it gets frustrating because doctors have lives too, and cannot always drop everything for us. Thank you for reminding me, again, that doctors are people too, your perspective is very refreshing for me.

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