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Old 01-30-2010, 01:35 PM
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Again, thanks. I look forward to talking to both of you and anyone else who thinks they can help. I am going to pick up the Husband, A at work...I am going to suggest that he come here and see if he can gain anything from having people to talk to. I especially hope that mono could help him.
I think that is a great idea. I also think that both members of a couple who are struggling seeming the same advice and each talking about their issues with the same folks can be really good.

I have seen a few cases of one part of a couple posting on one poly forum, and another on another, and getting totally conflicting advice. I can't imagine that that is useful.
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