Hi Valerie, I don't get on here too much but you can always email me at email@example.com. It comes straight to my blackberry. I don't mind you emailing me. Part of me has it all together and ready to get the divorce out of the way and part me hurts and I get teary eyed just writing this. My hubby is so good in so many ways but I'm tired of asking him to quit some of his bad habits and he doesn't care until I approach him with separation. I don't want to leave him but I'm soooooooo ready to be happy again. I haven't been happy in a long, long time. Email me whenever. Thanks girl. Have a great weekend.
Hi Valerie, One can never have too many friends. Thank you for contributing to our question. Many advisors make for good decisions. Sometimes. Provided the advise is good and you listen to it. Otherwise... not so much.
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