He is an absolute idiot. You were giving him a second chance where most women wouldn't. And he threw it back in your face.
I know it's the hardest thing in the world for you now, but you don't need someone like that in your life. As a PP said a few posts up, I realise this isn't how you pictured your family. But you will find your feet and be an amazing mum and one day be so glad he is gone. I find being a solo mum liberating as I can do what I want without having to deal with anyone else. Only one relationship to maintain. You want to cuddle the baby in front of the telly all day watching doctor who then have fruit loops for dinner, you can.
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29-06-2015 15:53 #51
29-06-2015 15:55 #52
Oh Hun, I'm so so sorry! Good on you for kicking him out, it may not seem like it now but you've done the right thing for you and your bubba boy.
Big big hugs.
29-06-2015 16:30 #53
I'm sorry to hear. Big respect to you for being strong and setting boundaries. To be honest, he didn't sound particularly remorseful and seemed to be trying particularly hard to put everything back on you.
Silver lining... You know now rather than later down the track. I know it's not what you pictured for your life, but you can absolutely do this. Keep talking/venting to us all if you need.
Also, and I'm sorry if you don't want to go there yet, but it may be worth thinking about who you would like with you when you're birthing, if anyone at all. Just if Bub comes early, you don't want to be stressing about that on your way to hospy iykwim.
To carry on like this with a wife in such late stages of pregnancy is a special breed of selfishness if you ask me. Go live a beautiful life and let karma get the pos x
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29-06-2015 17:11 #54
So sorry to hear, thinking of you x
29-06-2015 17:47 #55
You've done the right thing kicking him out. His behaviour is just so hurtful and selfish. You deserve so much better.
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29-06-2015 17:56 #56
I'm sorry this has happened.
Thinking of you and hoping friends surround you with love and support xx
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29-06-2015 18:16 #57
Oh love - I was in a similar position 4 &1/2 years ago. Except I was only 5 months pregnant and it was my best friend. I put his stuff in the patio, called his mum and told her he was moving in. Best decision I ever made.
I won't lie - it was an awful rollercoaster vomiting the pregnancy while also being mum to my 2 year old. I lost a huge amount of weight and felt physical sick for months.
Fast forward to now and my life is wonderful. I've got two gorgeous boys who are now 7 & 4 and who live their dad dearly. We cop aren't very well and I don't hold any anger towards him.
I found that the anger subsided once my baby was born and than my feelings of loss just slowly lessened and eventually disappeared.
You surprise yourself with just how strong you are and that strength with bring immense pride. I know it's seems impossible but I want you to know there's light at the end of the tunnel. You seem very sensible about every move you've made. Please take care of yourself and I'm happy to chat if you want to.
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29-06-2015 18:47 #58
Huge hugs x
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Hugs. Take care of yourself and baby xxxx
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