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QuoteI think the hardest part for me is hearing others talk about the great times they have with their grandchildren.
She tells that my son will be grateful and will know in his heart that his mother is will love him no matter what. So this is what I have continued to do although many times I ask myself if this is all worth it
QuoteI know it would cause a great deal of conflict between them as a couple but I just can't grasp the concept that my DS would not fight for people he supposedly cares about.