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I've decided to draw a line where I will not tolerate certain specific things to be said-- such as 'getting rid of' our daughter. Also, if she rages I will disengage immediately. My tolerance and support has basically enabled her. I have to be ready to walk away and I am. Sad possibility but you have to work with things in the manner that they need to be worked with. I'll never kill myself over her-- my happiness is not defined by her.
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