Thanks, I guess we always do think the worst, I’m certainly guilty of that, and normally it’s nothing like we imagine. I do want to know how it went today, I’ve been going through this with him since the very start. It would prey on my mind if I never knew if all the hard work we did initially paid off. I’ve still not heard but these hearings normally go on for hours as there are three parties involved (him, ex and the children) and whilst this time two of them are in agreement as to how to move forward, one (the ex) will be arguing heavily against any form of contact she doesn’t control and then the order has to get typed up and signed off by the judge before anyone can leave and he’s got a rubbish phone with terrible battery life so it’s probably died by now.
I hope your guy did get his medication. We have to pay here too but for some conditions it’s free. I’m not sure if depression counts though. The unreciprocated ‘I love you’ thing has bugged me for the past 8 months, he’s never said why he can’t say it back, sometimes he just says ‘thank you’ sometimes he just ignores it. It’s sad because he used to say it all the time, randomly sometimes which always made me smile. I think your guy is on the right path though, it may take time but he’s willing to get help and that means a whole lot.
I cheered myself up today by getting a new hamster, mine died a few weeks ago and I missed having a little pet in the living room. So I have bought the sweetest little white and beige baby boy and called him Arys, he’s currently fast asleep but should liven up later, Syrian hamsters are very nocturnal.