Our expert says:
She sounds awfully fickle, and thinking of her own immediate feelings, rather than the best interests of the child. You seem to be assuming the truth of contradictory messages from her --- she wants to move out and be on her own, but "she says she will be lost without me" ? BOTh those statements from her cannot be true. You have waited for her before, and she changed her mind --- then changed it again. How can you assume that even if she changes her mind yet again and wants to come back, she wont change it yet again ? Suggest that she see a good local counsellor to sort out her highly ambivalent and confused ideas about relationships. What's the point in waiting for a yo-yo ?
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