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Although your daughter may be correct in theory, she has no right to demand that her parents go for marital therapy. During this particular moment one would expect more understanding and empathy. I would tell my daughter that we welcome her back, but the issue of marriage counseling is off the table until or unless dad rings it up. I can just imagine that you have no support and have the roughest job of all. You might ask your daughters to provide you with some support during this extremely rough time.
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