How do I make the perfect weekend?
It’s easy, says the mother of two who is struggling with her marriage after a nasty divorce.
In this exclusive interview, Ms Dallara tells of her battle to be a good mother to her two young daughters and how her husband is trying to make her happy.
Ms Dalar said the couple, who are both married, had been living in the same house for 10 years, but their divorce was the “biggest blow” she has felt in her life.
She said her husband was trying to fix the situation but was having “a hard time” and was taking medication to deal with his post-divorce depression. “
I was hoping to get on with it, but the fact that the divorce was so big had a huge impact on me.”
She said her husband was trying to fix the situation but was having “a hard time” and was taking medication to deal with his post-divorce depression.
“The stress and the separation of the kids had made it very difficult to live with,” she said.
“My husband had been taking his medication and my life was very hard.”
Ms Dallaro, who has a full-time job, said she is now able to get a bit of her husband back in her care.
“I know he wants to come back but I can’t do that because he’s on medication and he can’t see me, I can only see my kids,” she explained.
She added: “It’s hard for him.
I think he has to see me every day, but I don’t know if he’ll be able to do that.”
I think he’s trying to get back together with me, but it’s very difficult for him.
“Her husband has been diagnosed with PTSD, bipolar disorder and depression.
Ms Dalar said her marriage is in the “good spot”, but the stress of her divorce is making it very hard to make the most of her life as a single mother.
The interview was edited for length and clarity.
Topics:marriage,families,family-and-children,religion-and.beliefs-and_belief,april-28th,australiaFirst posted January 27, 2019 17:40:57Contact Melanie LeongMore stories from New South Wales