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07-11-2014 09:08 #31
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07-11-2014 09:13 #32
Oh dear, I'm so sorry to hear what your going through OP, you must feel emotionally sick. I know I would (I've been through this before, but I was 19, not married with kids!).
Even if he isn't physically doing anything wrong, emotionally he is, if he has nothing to hide, he wouldn't be hiding things from you, taking "trips" to the shops to call or meet up with someone. Clearly he knows its a boundary he shouldn't cross & it would upset you, otherwise he wouldn't be texting/calling/meeting up without you knowing. I get the feeling by talking to you about this other woman he knows, he feels like hes validating the friendship. But if that's the case, why cant he just say "I''m catching up with Y for a coffee, is that ok?" or something similar if he has nothing to hide from you. I have nothing against males & females being friends when one or both are in a relationship/married, but there shouldn't be sneaking/hiding/being sheepful if its strictly plutanic. Thats when people look & act guilty of something (even if they in fact aren't doing anything, it looks bad on their behalf).
07-11-2014 09:32 #33
You need to look after your mental well being for now you have an impending birth to focus on . I would play really loudly close your eyes and dance your butt of you need a realease! Katy perri - dark horse and Iggy azalea - black widow for some motivation and focus. it will empower you for a focused calm birth experience that your entitle to before this guy ruins that for you too. Xx
07-11-2014 09:42 #34Senior Member
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oh op what a dog he is. and what a crappy time for you with the birth and all. what about leaving your son with a neighbour? if you don't want to go back to ur mum then don't..
07-11-2014 09:54 #35
Oh hun, I'm so sorry you are having to go through this.
I believe you have done the right thing. You deserve to be treated way better than this.
Like other ladies have said, contact your hospital and ask to speak to a social worker. I had to speak to one while pregnant with ds2 (we'll just say my mum sucks as well!) and she was awesome. Just having someone removed from the situation who I could talk to was so very helpful.
I wish I was closer, I would help you out in a heartbeat.
Big hugs. Take a deep breath. You'll have support here. x
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07-11-2014 10:46 #36
Op I am sorry you are having to deal with this after the stress from your in laws, your neighbour and your mother. I think even if he hasn't had a physical affair with this women he might be close to having or had a emotional affair with this women and that is just as bad in my opinion. I agree turn your phone off, just focus on you and your children
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07-11-2014 12:21 #37
He has not been misunderstood. He has been caught out, lying to his pregnant wife about having inappropriate contact with another woman. The fact that he clearly thinks what he was doing is ok (even after you pointed out that it concerned you) rings huge alarm bells for me. Making excuses to leave the house so he could call her?? Wow.
I'm sorry you've been through so much lately, it really sucks
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07-11-2014 12:25 #38
I wish I could help. there is nothing to say about him, or this woman. nothing at all. take care of yourself. turn your phone off, go see a social worker or whatever for the safe and calm birth of your precious baby. focus on your needs and your child and bub to come. look towards your future and walk away from your past. you are worthy of love and devotion, and please don't spend anytime with people who don't value you. hugs, Marie.
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07-11-2014 12:32 #39
Hugs* what a dirt bag.
07-11-2014 12:33 #40
I really want to kick him in the nuts on your behalf.
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