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Healing and Reconciliation on two different schedules

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mrplspls posted 3/26/2021 11:53 AM

We are still together, we have a great number of great days. Maybe R progress makes you over confident.
Thinks took a tumble this month. A beloved relative living overseas died suddenly while walking her dog at age 70 something. Healthy and the death was sudden and unexpected.
Grief affected mood for both of us. Hurt feelings came back. Some temperamental exchanges. Then our adult daughter aged 25 caught covid 19. So put aside dispute mood and rally together. Daughter in first days.
We have discussed going back to our couples psychologist for further therapy.
I am not sure of our path ahead.
We are together.

sisoon posted 3/27/2021 11:20 AM

I hope your daughter recovers fully.

Any sort of stress in your life is likely to trigger thoughts of the A.

[This message edited by sisoon at 11:21 AM, March 27th (Saturday)]

mrplspls posted 3/31/2021 08:08 AM

Thanks sisoon, daughter is improving every day, well enough to work from home...

Stress triggering thoughts of A seems to be my life....

mrplspls posted 4/7/2021 13:06 PM

Daughter now fully recovered.

Stevesn posted 4/14/2021 04:53 AM

Glad to hear it.

What’s going on between you and your W these days? How can we help?

sisoon posted 4/14/2021 12:58 PM

Thanks for the update. I'm really glad the news is good.

lifestoshort posted 4/14/2021 20:23 PM

so glad you are still together, making it work.

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