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Broken part two
December 7, 2012
9:59 am
Dianne
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As much as it hurts me to say this I have decided I must start to heal what is broken...my heart. I have made an appointment to seek counseling, I have promised my son that I will not try to contact him again, but that I loved him and then I said goodbye. I have wonderful husband, daughter, son-in-law and grandson and I will focus on that. My first born, my happy little boy who has grown into an angry man, will have to be set aside. I know he is doing his best to keep his own family happy...it's hard to believe that he is happier without us because we are not happier without him. I know that to keep the peace with his wife he must not have a relationship with us... I will have to accept that. That's the part I need to work on.

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