I just found out that they are releasing my husband maybe as early as Friday. I'm not ready to deal with all the lies that unfolded as a result of this whole ordeal. I just finally started to adjust after him being in there 44 days to being alone and doing my own thing. I rearranged all the finances and cut back on a lot of bills so that I could get by on my own and now they're reinstating parole with time served... I have been able to put the stress and pain on the back-burner throughout my day to day to just deal and now he'll be staying in the other bedroom looming about the house... Hopefully we'll get to start therapy right away so that someone can mediate... I don't want to lash out at him. I'll be needing more support than ever I think.
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