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February 4th, 2013, 06:22 AM
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I would not e-mail something like that to my dh when he was deployed. I always waited until he got home to talk to him about it. You could write him a letter, and take the next week to get it just right. That way he can read it (without your emotional response), and then you guys can talk about it. When I am really upset that is what I do. That way I can get all of my thoughts out without being interrupted, and then he has a chance to talk to me about each issue I bring up. To me having an important conversation through e-mail isn't a good idea. When my dh is gone I don't bring up any issues. In my opinion he has enough to deal with without me adding stuff to it.
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