MonkeySee wrote:No matter what the issue is these men are all in the same kind of pain and looking to lash out to try to recover some portion of the life they have lost.
The men of this board help to refocus that energy being spent on the pain and anger towards the ex onto the love of the children and the life you want to build for them.
No one wants to suggest you roll over and let Mom do whatever she wants. If you came here and said Mom wants to move my kid 100 miles away they would give you step by step directions on how to fight that move.
But in a case like this where your child could have an invaluable experience? You are encouraged to make a good choice and allow her to go.
Great comment, Monkeysee. I have been in that place and can relate. Tens years post divorce, it still appears. Luckily, I haven't had issues concerning time with children and have gone way into debt paying for college, etc.
Thanks for the clarity.