As most of you know my separation is still very new to me as it just happened in Nov. 07. I moved into a 2 bedroom apartment with my brother just so I could live apart from him. I can't afford much because of the type of job I have but I am looking for another one. We are locked into a 1 year lease that won't be up until Dec. 08. Well, my oldest daughter came to me and said she is not happy in her marriage and is thinking about leaving him. She has 3 children. Of course with no where to go and not being able to go out on her own she is thinking about coming home to mom. I don't want to deny her or turn my back on her as she really needs me right now but living in a 2 bedroom I'm not sure how we will survive with all of us here. My brother said to tell her to make it work at home for about 4 more months and we will all move out together. I would like to do that but look at how I felt when I made the decision to leave. I feel I can't give her much advice when I have failed in two marriages myself but then I do have the experience in them by now. I also don't want to tell her to stay where she is not too happy because I know what I went through staying where I didn't want to be. So what does everyone think? I really could use the advice here.
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