I know it is unreasonable, but I would like to see him make a choice on whether to try at this M or not. Any suggestions on a way to hand over the SAA book in a manner that doesn't say "here, read it, make a decision" ... I don't want him to think I'm asking him to get over it (I'm not) - I just want him to learn more and make a decision from his knowledge and his heart.


Happily Recovered from Double Infidelity! \:\)
DD1[about to turn 7]
DD2[due at X-mas]