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March 2, 2001
11:42 pm
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my husband in a longhaul drivers i need a support group any suggestions

March 5, 2001
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What kind of support are you looking for?

March 6, 2001
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I guess someone to talk to about the loneliness, how to deal with it, being the parent at home, way to get adjust to the off time and when they come home after so long ways to build a good relationship even they you are apart most of the time

March 6, 2001
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Right after my first child was born, my husband started to travel. He left on monday, and returned friday nights. It was lonely, but then I learned to love it. I got to know all the neighbors, and most of the women were corporate widows too. We formed sort of a support group. Just house wives, we had lunch, shared cupons, and sales, went to work out together, and when the husband came home, it was like a honeymoon. Mind you this was before VCR's Cable, or the internet! You have it made, heck just with this site, you can kill hours, and still be a good wife. There are more things to do, and if you can be home with the children, you get to be closer to them. I made a schedule and stuck to it. So many things that you can do with the children, and there is lots that doesn't cost money. But be sure to give your self a break, take a class once a week, get a sitter. Find a womens group, some of the alternative shops have flyers with information about that and if your religion does not allow some of that then go to a Bible study. You will get to the point that if he ever stops driving, well lets not go there.There are pleanty of sites on the net for women, with out getting into trouble, that is, and heck if you can't find one for your situation, there you go, get your own web page.

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