“You Make Me Have A Good Life.”

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This morning when Robbie was leaving for work he hugged me and I leaned against him, exhausted even though the day was just starting, and I said I wish he was home more. I try to avoid complaining about his work schedule or making snide comments about how he’s never here, because it only makes a difficult situation even more difficult. If I allow myself to go down that rabbit hole it never leads to anything but self-pity and resentment, and he doesn’t

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