“My son thinks I don’t love him” – Sis Dolly answers your burning questions

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A mother worries about her son who is living overseas
A mother worries about her son who is living overseas
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My son was offered a job in America and of course he went as it was too good to refuse.

He’s been there for nearly a year and every time he calls, all he does is complain. He doesn’t like the job, the people, the place he lives.

I don’t know what to tell him – the chances of finding work here are not good and he probably won’t get an opportunity like this ever again.

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