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Been with my partner for 7 months, both had difficult pasts but hers more than mine, we want for things to work out for us both this time and are deserve to be happy. She recently moved in with her 3 year old daughter but now appears to be having a breakdown. She''s moved back out and is panicking and stressed over many things including money and debts, her job, her house, her divorce. She won''t let me help her in any way as she see''s it as her problems and something she has to do on her own. She has insecurities due to past relationships and a difficult family life and I really can help her if she lets me. Things could be great but she needs to let me in and not deal with it on her own.
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