First and for most I am a mother of 3 , (15 yr Twin girls and 9 yr son) their father and I have had marital problems for the last couple of years , and due to that I am currently living with my parents . Their dad and I are separated , still legally married tho .. There is no custody case at this time over any of my children. My husband and his mom suggested that my girls move I'm with her until the school year was over , well lets just say that time is up! She has mentioned to me how she wants to stay at grandmas , and I'm tired of explaining my reasons as far as her coming home. I got my other daughter back in January , she was clinacilly depressed , and developed an eating disorder , Anorexia. To be exact .. She is currently receiving treatment and is doing much better since then . My main concern in regards to my other daughter is basically the depression factor , I believe she needs to see a family therapist , and perhaps get evaluated for any possible state of depression . Not to mention the fact that she needs to come home and be with her siblings, since being apart from us is not healthy . Please advice, Since her Grandmother seems to be on board with the idea of her sta
You don’t know that home is “healthier”. It may not be. This is not a legal question, however. It’s s family dynamics question.
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It seems as though you need to start the process of getting divorced from your husband to get the ball rolling...
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