How do you cope with separation?
Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
August 4, 2011 12:37pm CST
I'm 25, already a nurse and now I'm studying medicine- a life long dream.But I'm also a wife of 4 years and a mother of two years and my family is not with me in the countryu where I'm studying. I thank God for skype and the internet, because the first few months we spent a fortune on phone cards. My two year old took it preety well once he could see me every day online, but at one point he started staying by himself- even in school and I think its cause he was thinking of me. I'm home on vacation now but I have to leave again in about 2 weeks and we have gotten so re attached.I've been preparing him and he understands now but every time I leave the house he asks if I'm going on the plane now,so he expects it, but what I'm asking is what are some ways that I can still be the best mother I can be from that far way? And what are some ways for me to be the best wife I can be from 600 miles away? Has anyone here ever been in this situation before, or similar?
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4 Aug 11
separation is very difficult. Separation from any hurt and can not forget. Your space is really great. I can say that I chuvstvach separation even when I'm in another city and yet let alone so many kilometers. But there is no way that this life is just no way. must work and be able to live somehow. Have a nice day! And really well done there and Skype Internet to be able to contact people around the world.