i live in vegas, economy sucks...moved here 5yrs ago, my husband started his own business with a friend, the friend spends most of his days in the casino while my husband is busting his ass trying to bring money into the company. every week the bookkeeper, who happens to be the friends wife says there is no money for payroll. we are so far behind in bills, and its all bull shit. now my problem is, my husband has a job offer back in NY with his brother, a good job, but my kids don't want to move back. after all the shit they have been thru, moving them here in the first place, there bio-father leaving, and all the BS in-between, i can't do that to them again. if i decide to stay here my husband would go there and send money back so we can live. how do i live alone for three years until my daughter graduates?(DID I MENTION I HAVE NO FRIENDS OR FAMILY HERE) he dosn't want to leave, but he knows thats the only place to make a living. i have no friends or family here, but going back to NY puts me in the frying pan again because his ex-PHYSCO is there with 2 of his kids! my mom and sister are there, but in a couple of years they will probably move to colorado where my brother lives. i can't find a job here for shit, by sis-in-law can get me a good job in colorado but my husband can't get work there.so what do i do? stay here alone for three years, go to colorado, go to NY and destroy my kids.my oldest is going to be 18 and says there is no way she will move back to NY
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