Okay my friends. D-Day is approaching - less than a month away. Although we've been living apart for 2 years, I only told my daughter about the divorce about three weeks ago and God love her (she's 9), the poor thing just keeps saying how fast it is all happening. Now, to complicate matters, my stbx is planning to move in with his fucking whore of a girlfriend (I apologize to anyone I've offended with my language, but I am extraordinarily cranky - my stbx's grandmother, who I loved with my whole heart, used to tell me she said the "f-word" at least once a day... I wish I could say it was the first time I used it today... but I digress). IN ANY EVENT, I don't know how to make this okay for my daughter. I am NOT okay with it and my idiot stbx just keeps putting it back on me - I need to let him know when and what level of involvement. Um... is this REALLY MY decision? And if he's living with her, is this not a MOOT point? Please help me understand how to deal with this.
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