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I want us to move away, after my hubby's painful affair. Am I wrong to want this?

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Question - (16 October 2008) 1 Answers - (Newest, 16 October 2008)
A female United States age 41-50, anonymous writes:

Husband had affair we are back together it cost us our house his job not to mention the pain and hurt my daughter and i went through. I want to move out of state. Is it wrong to push for the move.

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A reader, anonymous, writes (16 October 2008):

I'm sorry this has happened to you. I can understand wanting to avoid the pitiful looks from people you know...but in the end your husband Chose You.

The hurt is fresh for now, but soon this will be old news in the community, and they'll be onto the next story...if you really like your hometown I would say your daughter has been hurt as well, but moving to a new school will double the problems/stress on her...How about making some life changes? Shopping at different stores, take a weekend getaway, just talk to friends you trust...I would even practice/rehearse 'my response' to people you know you're going to face. It's your life, you can get through this with your family by your side. Luv to You

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