I asked my husband to leave today, after staying out all night and my not hearing from him until 10 this morning. it's not the first time he's done this to me, he did it as recently as last Friday night. He was somewhat honest with me today - said he spent the night at another woman's house but all they did was kiss. I know that I'm going to have to deal with my own process, but how do I tell my daughter who just turned three on Monday that Daddy isn't here anymore. My son, who turned 1 the beginning of the month, obviously won't get it, but my daughter will be heartbroken. Does anyone have any advice on what I say to her when she gets home from daycare today? I can't stop cying and am afraid I am going to make it worse for her. Do I ask him to come back and tell her himself? I'm so lost...any words of encouragement or advice would be so helpful right now.
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