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    Default Undercover: would you stay or go?

    I feel for you OP and could have written your post bar the financial abuse and that's probably because I worked to term, took holidays and when they ran out began working from home for the income, never leaving myself vulnerable. They don't change it's the what ifs though that keep you hanging on. I could go on but ultimately it's less frustrating when you clearly know you are on your own as opposed to being constantly let down and hurt by an immature selfish 'partner' that doesn't have your back, I agree you sound sensible and capable, and I have no doubt you and your DS will be ok. Best of luck and lots of hugs, it tears you in two but just because you wish for things to be a certain way, doesn't make them so

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    How are you getting on OP?

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    Default Undercover: would you stay or go?

    You're in a tough situation but from reading your post I can tell you have the balls to soldier on and be successful on your own.

    Good luck...

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    Default Undercover: would you stay or go?

    You sound head strong and capable of doing this on your own. You need to have a life you are happy with and you sound far from happy.

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    Default Re: Undercover: would you stay or go?

    I would be trying to gage from his reaction to you asking him to leave, if he has asked to see his son or if he has tried to fix things.

    If not I'd leave

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    Sweetie he's a sponge. He is sponging off you. You can do much better than him. He can't even look after his own son properly and that's not because he can't sweetie it's because he doesn't want to. He's a child who's not ready to grow up

    So sorry you're in this situation. Good luck with whatever you decide to do


 

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