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Hi! You know, to give you the best answer, I think I should ask you a few questions first that will help define the problem and the situation.
Because some questions need to be answered directly. But your question needs to be a process of helping you find the wisdom within you that needs to direct your decision.
Your husband was very persistent and talked you into breaking it off. But in order to talk you into it, YOU had to be convinced at the time you broke it off. What was convincing to you then?
What happened to those reasons that convinced you to go back to your family? What makes them not convincing any more?
What about your kids? How do they fit into what makes your life happy and satisfying?
And now for the big picture question: You're 35, a young woman. In 30 years you'll be a 65 year old woman. How do you want to look back on your life when you're 65? Imagine yourself being a 65 year old woman; how do you want to look back on your life? How will you judge each of the two decisions then?
Any extra information that will help, feel free to share.
Thank you for the added information. It helps a lot. I believe I can now be of help with this issue.
Okay, I wish you the very best!
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