This is a link to my real life story and I just found out I am in Diastolic heart failure & congested heart failure but she has to make my life hell everyday & my hubby refuses to move in our own place, he cant see thru her b/s pulled daily, what do I do?? helppp
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Do I move out on my own to stay alive?
move out on my own
give him more time its been almost 3 years we lived with her
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