Recently married in 2007. I told my husband he would be in for a wild ride before he married me as at that time my BP daughter was only 12 and life was in a state of chaios. She absorbs everything about us mentally, physically, emotionally, financially, legally, educationally. I love her more than life and feel that I have to do everything possible to give her the best life possible. I fight everyone and everything for her. I am her mother it is my job. Between my job and my daughter, there is not much left of me for the rest of my family, so it was no suprise that it would eventually take a toll on my marriage. Mu husband is a wonderful man, but I think he is done. He stays shut down and we have nothing to communicate about, if we are not talking about my daugther is some form. I am so sad...I love him too, but I cannot promise him that things will ever get better with her...it has already been a long road (since she was 7) and there doesn't seem to be light at the end of the tunnel yet...I can't say that I blame him, but it still hurts.
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