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    Sorry, but he sounds like a jerk OP. Who says that to the mother of his child? As others have said, I hope he's some greek god, bc anything short of that I call hypocrite.

    I think you need to ask yourself whether you deserve more than a man that runs you down and carries on like a 5yo bc he's not the centre of attention. Tell him to grow up, help more and stop being a tool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHAELEEJANE View Post
    Why do you keep saying "my baby"? He is the babies father?
    Sounds like you both need to move out, make time for yourself and be a partner as well as a mother- to reconnect....and that prob means much more sharing of responsibilities.
    OP stated they were living with the in laws to save money. OP also stated that she works, has a long commute, does pretty much everything for her baby and eats dinner on the run even. So, if we set aside the whole 'saving money' part and just focus on the make more time for her and her partner - well when should that happen exactly?

    OP, be proud of yourself. You're doing an amazing job and you're an amazing person. I hope your partner does start to take on more responsibilities AND reconsiders his views on YOUR body.

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