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Old 08-18-2019, 11:02 AM
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I'm so sorry you and your husband are going through such a difficult time. It's got to hurt when the dc families you've supported and cared about don't make an effort to reach out to you in support when you (or your spouse) are going through a health crisis. Unfortunately, dc parents will often see a situation like this from their own point of view and worry more about what they're going to do for child care than worry about how you're managing. It may also be that they care and are concerned but are afraid to intrude into your private life. It's not easy but try not to take it personally. Focus on the families who have expressed concern and feel good about the positive relationship you've developed with them. They're the ones who help to make doing this job worthwhile.
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