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    RoseLynn02 posted:
    I'm new to this forum & technically not a single parent, but was hoping you all would except me anyway considering that I am practically a single parent....? My DH is a trucker, he is home on the weekends but gone through the week, much like with most divorced couples. He has never had to take an OTR (over the road) job before & has always worked local & been home every or almost every night. Well since he took the over road
     
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    RoseLynn02 responded:
    Sorry I hit the wrong button. Anyway, since he took the OTR job my 2 DD's(ages 3yrs & 11months) have been struggling. I know it's just separation anxiety & that they will get through it, but my oldest is acting out because of it. Any tips on how to ease her through this transition?
     
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    RoseLynn02 replied to RoseLynn02's response:
    No advice? Anyone?


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