Can someone help me understand why other people are teary-eyed and emotional about Sissy's placement in an RTC? Because I don't get it. It's a GOOD thing she's getting help and the rest of us are getting a break. So I am having trouble understanding these emotions from other people that learn about Sissy's placement.
It almost feels like I'm a bad, heartless mom because I'm NOT crying.
Actually, I'm trying hard not to be giddy! I had no idea just how stressful things had gotten with her in the house. Being in it everyday and saying it was stressful and challenging made it hard for us to quantify the severity of her issues and the impact it had on our family. Not being in that stress everyday? I am flabbergasted that it took us so long to cry, "uncle!"
So you can imagine why it is odd and even disconcerting to see other people being so distressed and emotional about her placement because the four of us that lived with her challenges every day are rejoicing!