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Posted by: mands | 2008/02/05

imagration ideas

Dear doc we got married 8 years ago and my husband wanted to immigrate to new zealand. we decided against it, now he is getting the same idea again. the jeppestown trial is getting to him; since we are a family of one of the 4 police men. how can i get rid of this negativity around him.

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It really depends so much on the details, too many for us to go into here. Some degree of gloom is realistic, and not to be at all concerned would be wildly unrealistic. But to be excessively gloomy is also unrealistic --- so a major issue is whether he still has things in proportion, both as regards the risks and problems he experiences here, and the benefits he imagines emigrating might bring. Seeing a counsellor ( and that should be provided through the police service ) could be useful to explore his concerns in more detail and with care, to help you both to make a realistic and sensible decision.

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