I have a beloved cooworker who I look to as a mother figure. She is the absoulute most wonderful woman on the face of the earth but you could never convince her of it. Her husband treats her like crap and has managed to turn her son against her. He puts her down constantly and basically everything she does is wrong in his eyes. She wants to divorce him but is scared of so many things, like money and her kids, all the usual fears I'm sure. I want to help her through this but sometimes I just don't know how or what to say. If I had money I would give it to her but I don't. Shes afraid shes going to go into dept if she goes through with it and I told her that I think it would be better to have debt than to stay in such an unhappy environment. It breaks my heart to see her so torn up because she does NOT deserve it. She puts everyone before herself. I'm just wondering if theres anything that you can think of that would help you or that people have done for you that has helped you get thru the hard times? Thanks
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