Ex dating someone
He actually started dating someone who was another parent at our school and our children are friends.A lot of people want that to be a big drama but I noticed a change in his behavior towards me instantly.
” Eventually, after you’ve regained at least some of your dignity, you enter the classic “I’ll show them! This is when your brain tries to trick your heart into thinking that you’ve moved on, and you suddenly have tons of energy for things you’ve never cared about before, like alphabetizing your bookshelves and figuring out what the best food podcasts are, even though you never cook and literally don’t own a single pan.I am not interested in getting back with this person, but I am curious about the feelings I guess. I can only try to piece pieces of information you’ve given me and what I know about this type of situations to try to make sense of what’s going on.My take is that your ex may have hoped that things might work between you but was not sure if the “stress” problem was behind him. We had unprotected sex for a year and nothing happened. Abusers have been known to try to kill their pregnant girlfriends/exes. Also, once you have the child, he will likely fight child support payment until you get a paternity test. You and they will live with this for the rest of your life. Having a safe place to live should be your first priority. We started trying for a kid when I was 19 (he's 3 and a half years older than me). He said he'll never look at this kid like his own and that I'm only having this kid to ruin his life. We had sex one time in November, the last time before we broke up, and that's what got me pregnant. We were trying for a year, and the very last time it happens. The truth is you are choosing a terrible, difficult life for yourself and your child. Are you going to feel comfortable with your child having this man as a role model? He will likely teach a son to act this same way towards women and for a daughter to see that this is how women are treated. Have you moved out of your old place, or has your ex?However, that feeling of jealousy or envy may not be about wanting to reconcile with your ex but rather about wanting to be in an intimate relationship.
You may be feeling jealous of what you see your ex now enjoying.
It will be a long road emotionally and being a single parent is no joke. Sometimes reality sucks and is a tough pill to swallow. This guy is your first and only love, and he may always be your first, but he won't always be the only, and that's a good thing. Babies are sometimes conceived in strange circumstances.
I'd suggest seeing an abuse counselor at the very least so that you can understand the cycle of abuse and remove yourself from it. You can see this as negative, but its just the reality of your situation. Once you get there, settle in, and then look around for what's next.
~ Michelle Michelle and her husband were married for sixteen years.
Their two children were aged fourteen and twelve when the marriage ended.
I didn’t want him back so all I could do was just say, “I’m really happy for you.” And I was happy for him.