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Anybody relate, or is it all sweetness and nice in here?

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Unread 06-26-2008, 05:23 PM   #11
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You come here anytime to vent or whatever. We get it when no one else can.
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It sound to me like you are having a day that needs a good scream. When anyone cares for someone it is physically but even more emotionally draining. You must love her to care for her even if she can be very difficult. Just let it out and try to talk to your husband about your conserns.
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