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    DD is with her father this week until sunday. So i called yesterday to check up on her, make sure everything is fine. Anyways, my EX questioned me about my relationship with my boyfriend. Umm... How is that any of his business?
    What reason does he have to ask me? DD is only there maybe 4 weeks a yr, its not like he needs to know everything, wether he's serious, sticking around etc.
    He didnt tell me when his girlfriend moved in, when they got pregnant etc.

    Its irritated me. I would never dare ask about his personal life. I only care that DD is fed and cared for during her visits, its up to him who he has around her (nothing i can do about that!!)

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    I would tell him to get nicked
    As you said none of his business!

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    i didnt think i was taking it strangely, it really isnt his business is it. DD and I like my new man (well, 3 months into the relationship) and thats all that matters. Its my right to decide who we associate with and same goes on his time.

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    Completely none of his business! Tell him to bug off lol

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    I know this all too well! I don't have the guts to tell my ex to mind his own business though, so it always ends up with us fighting or something

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    I cautiously answered EX's questions (no BF is not living with us, yes he's sticking around etc) but i was so blown away that he even asked. If he asks anything again i'll tell him its not his business.

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    I would just tell him yes I have one and I do not want to discuss anything else about it with u. Maybe also tell him if / when it gets serious u will let him know.
    Then If he constantly asks u about it turn it around on him ask y do u want to know? This is what I did with ex he didn't like it but I put him in his place I told him it was none of his business what I do in my life anymore unless it has to do with our dd. me having a boyfriend does not come under that unless he is living with us and that is when I would tell him.

    Do u know y he was asking? Is he a controlling kind of person?

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    Casually tell him, "oh, he's ok, he's only tall, gorgeous, a martial arts expert, owns a fleet of cars and yachts, hobs nobs with society folk, has famous friends the world over and is amazing in bed" Then say in a sweet and innocent voice "so, why do you ask"? :P

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    Technically no none of his business and you're more than within your rights to tell him to get nicked

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    I have always told the ex if I have been dating someone new, but no details. Basically something like, "I am now dating sand so and he is around jake". If then asked for details I don't answer.
    I feel he has a right to know there is someone new in jakes life, but en I have done this in the hope he does the same in return but he never has.

    It's up to you to tell him if/what you feel comfortable with, but perhaps he was asking cause dd told him some things or mentioned the guy?


 

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