Our expert says:
Maybe she was afraid you would feel this devastated, and so put off telling you till the last minute. I dont believe a child owes you financially, but they do owe you more consideration than that. But let's see. Either it'll all work out marvellously, and you'll be pleased to recognize you don't need to worry, or it won't work out well, and she'll learn from the experience.
Let her walk out, but be sure she understands the door is open to her if and when she wants to return for a time. Don't let her feel she'd be too embarrassed to admit if it isn't working out and too hesitant to return and revise her plans. This is part of the difficult task you took on with parenthood, and which you have done well, and which you're still doing well.
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