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Old 10-06-2019, 10:14 PM   #11
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Wow. Stressful day. I am sorry. Maybe she'll realize she can't properly care for a dog and return him or her. It's always possible. If not, it sounds like you might want to look into getting a dog for your hubby. Sounds like he really loved that dog.
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Wow. Stressful day. I am sorry. Maybe she'll realize she can't properly care for a dog and return him or her. It's always possible. If not, it sounds like you might want to look into getting a dog for your hubby. Sounds like he really loved that dog.
Thank you so much. Id love to get a new doggo but I think wed just love the old one back!
I went to therapy yesterday and that helped a lot. After discussing in depth my issues with my daughter and this therapist is not new and has actually met my daughter too, she thinks that my daughter definitely has some kind of personality disorder. She helped me put things in perspective so I am coping a bit better now. Ill just have to see how it all pans out.
I truly hope that living in her own in a tiny room for $500 a month and looking after the dog full time, gives her the ability to realize what she had. Heres hoping!
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