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phoenix54 posted 5/2/2013 13:56 PM

Just got off the phone with my WW who went to IC today. We spent a fair amount of time discussing our wayward son who is in recovery and is a royal pain in the a**. We spend a lot of time and energy on him and it's very draining.

Toward the end of the conversation, she asked me if I wanted to go out for dinner Saturday night. She acknowledged that it was d-day and a difficult day and thought it might be nice to spend quality time together. It was her asking me for a date night.

We can't go out for dinner because I have a father-daughter dance to attend. But I appreciated the sentiment.

Frankly, I was surprised because of the way things have been going (not well).

Maybe the new counselor is making progress with her.

I'm not going to get over the top or excited about this. I've been fooled before.

[This message edited by phoenix54 at 1:56 PM, May 2nd (Thursday)]

sailorgirl posted 5/2/2013 20:51 PM

I hope it turns out to be a sign of better things to come.

I also think the right counselor is a huge find.

Best wishes,

Hearthache again posted 5/2/2013 22:23 PM

This is great that she wanted to make that day a little better. No matter what it is a good step forward. Some WS don't wan to acknowledge anything to do with the A.

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