Ask Amy: My wife says she’ll move I think she’s bluffing without me, but

DEAR AMY: we never ever thought I would personally be composing for your requirements.

Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)

We have been in our 80s, hitched for over three decades, with grown kids from previous failed marriages.

My partner arrived to participate me once we had been hitched, making her task and some family members.

She had resided in my own area formerly so we had shared buddies.

Now she claims it is her turn: She would like to go 400 miles away to be near to her son. We get on fine with him and their household. That’s not the issue.

The issue is, i prefer it right right here where I’m near to my loved ones and friends that are lifelong. Where her son lives we don’t understand anyone.

She states i will remain where our company is residing if I would like to, but she’s making. I don’t think it is meant by her.

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