I called my parents -- they are at the other end of the state -- I know the big August birthday party was yesterday (lots of family birthdays in August) and he was moving out instead of acfcompanying me to Los Angeles. My parents started in with their advice on how to handle business matters adn i just got so frustrated. We talked last week and they encouraged me to be very civil. I agreed, for a number of reasons, but if I got too ehavy-handed with him on the office management and financial stuff, instead of letting him just get the fuck as quickly as he can, I run the risk of him getting really ugly. I am monitoring things fairly well already (in-between all of my emotions and taking care of my clients the best I can) and have taken the necessary steps with the financail isntitutions to monitor things and give them an alert as to the situation. I just ended the convo with the folks by saying that I was too frustrated to talk about it. It is as if they ahve no real understanding ogf what I am going thru. My whole family is "tough" adn that helps us be successful in life and overcome adversity, but goddamn, give me some support ehre!
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