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Until she was 40, Melissa* thought she was an only child. For the first decade of her life, she grew up happily in a suburban, upper-middle class area of the Great Lakes. Then, her father committed suicide, and soon after, she says, her mother's mental health began to decline.
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I was depressed once,” she went on. “Before I decided to leave Rich’s dad. I would drive sometimes and think it would be a good idea to drive my car off Huntington Beach Pier.” Teri opened her eyes, her thin hair strewn across the pillow, and smiled sleepily. “Well, hi, honey.”I can’t say exactly why things were so different that last month before she died. I think at the end of her life and knowing I no longer needed to care for Teri, Mom was able to relinquish her role as “strong mother” and just be herself, a dying woman who wanted her daughter’s help. And I was able to respond, in part because Teri’s love had finally quieted that little part of me that always wondered whether I was enough. So I was able to simply love Mom instead of demanding more than she could give. I told myself and others that I was so immersed in Teri’s care because no one else could understand Teri’s medical issues and advocate for her. Mom was a nurse, meanwhile, and had my dad, a radiologist, my brother, also a radiologist, and my aunt, a nurse, for support. But the truth was that I wanted to help and be with Teri more, and she wanted me with her, so I was. Whenever I thought about this, I felt equal parts warrior and betrayer. My mom was anxious for updates, and we spoke every day about Hope’s weight gain and our activities. Before she’d left, I’d asked Mom if she could return once Teri’s week was up. “I guess I can,” she’d responded wearily. But Teri told her boss she needed to stay another week, and that evening, I told Mom: “Teri can stay, so you don’t need to come.” Instantly, I regretted my words and the suggestion that I had Teri so I didn’t need her. “I mean, Teri’s OK,” I said lamely.
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But divorce is not an option right now. Melissa plans to get her daughters through the rest of their childhood in as stable and consistent an environment as possible. "But believe me, I want to leave," she says. "I struggle every day because my heart is with him. That's the most difficult part for me." Tell her that you have very strong feelings for her, but you don’t want to toss around the word unless you’re sure you mean it. Yes, she might be hurt by this—but she’ll be less hurt than if she knew you lied to her to try and save face. With love comes the possibility of an actual future together, and that’s a big life change for both of you. Just make sure to stay optimistic, and don’t make her feel bad for expressing herself. Saying “I love you” to someone puts you in a vulnerable place, so make sure you don’t respond in a way that makes her feel stupid for sharing how she feels. Instead, Teri turned to me. “You’re going to get better, kiddo,” she promised softly, our blue eyes inches apart, as she rubbed my arm. “I’m not going to leave you until you’re better.”
pullquote]Everything inside you is just vibrating. Your cells know that this is your person."[/pullquote] Turning Their Lives Upside Down Two days later, Melissa drove two hours during a Monday night Midwestern snowfall to meet her brother. When she saw him standing in the frigid air outside his office building, she felt a connection that was instantaneous and electric.
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They drove together to a nearby bar, and on the way, Brian grabbed Melissa's hand and found himself telling her everything. "He starts divulging these deep dark secrets. Things he's never told anyone," she says. "I'm doing the same. We're talking nonstop, insane and enthralled." The word gets tossed around so much that sometimes it’s hard to know if you’re really in love someone, or would just love to be in love with them. When you get either good or bad news, do you tell her first? Do you consider your girlfriend to be a close friend? Can you imagine spending a major holiday without her? Does her company make every experience better? Do you smile every time you think about her? Then it could be love.Still, she has told a couple of her closest confidants. Kimberly*, who's been her friend for more than 15 years, counseled Melissa to slow down when she first met Brian. "The emotions were running high," Kimberly recalls. "Every time she saw him, it was just more intense. When she told me they were lovers, I was quiet and just listened to her talk about him." Mom had steadfastly cared for my dad, my brother, and me since her early twenties. She rarely complained, but I thought I detected the toll this sacrifice took in the way she seemed happiest not with us, but at church or petting the dog or watching PBS. I tried to make things easier by hiding my troubles from her and sometimes even myself, but this time I was too weak to pretend.