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*Bri's Mommy :) 1 child; California 2662 posts
21st Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Lisa Lyon:</b>" I was in a relationship like that with my older 2s dad. Its not healthy for the kids to be in such a ... [snip!] ... and parent separately then to be stuck in a situation that only teaches your child that's how they should have a relationship."</blockquote>




Exactly mama, that's what I don't want her to grow up seeing. Ugh...

*Bri's Mommy :) 1 child; California 2662 posts
21st Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Ivana, expecting #3!:</b>" He should be proud of you and glad that you are doing something for yourself. he sounds like an immature, selfish person."</blockquote>




He's very selfish, and maybe at times I am too, but we just got out tax return, he wants to take the whole thing and buy a car (we have 4 mustangs) we don't need another race car! Where I'd rather pay off my bills and get my daughter some clothes for a while... and him do whatever the hell he wants with his half.

Mak&Row 18 kids; Portland, Oregon 763 posts
21st Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Queen B*:</b>" I know girls, I just can't, for some reason. Sometimes everything is good, lately most of the time is ... [snip!] ... he try's to make that my fault and im just going nuts... Have you ever had someone turn things where it makes you look crazy?"</blockquote>




If my parents were still together, I would not be the person I am today. I would have watched an unhealthy relationship thinking that was the norm. My patents are awesome separate. I have a great extended family that I adore. You have obviously been thinking about leaving and that is the first step...now the actual doing part is the hardest, but with support of your friends and family, you'll get through it. It will take leaving to realize what a bad place you were in.



From what you said, he does not respect you, nor value the relationship. It is not fair that you put in the effort...you reap no benefit. You understand that the way he treats you is NOT the norm, right?

Lin Brown 2 kids; Tunnel Hill, Georgia 1806 posts
21st Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Queen B*:</b>" I know girls, I just can't, for some reason. Sometimes everything is good, lately most of the time is ... [snip!] ... he try's to make that my fault and im just going nuts... Have you ever had someone turn things where it makes you look crazy?"</blockquote>




no you can, he is just manipulating you into thinking that you can't. you need to leave asap for the sake of your daughter, kids know when their parents are not happy and it effects them. honestly as i got older, i would start to hope my parents would've gotten divorced just because i grew up around constant fighting and negativity and i thought that was a normal relationship. please do what is best for your child and leave that relationship and have no contact with him unless its about your child

Angel [Mariah's Mommy] 1 child; Indianapolis, Indiana 18065 posts
21st Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Queen B*:</b>" I know girls, I just can't, for some reason. Sometimes everything is good, lately most of the time is ... [snip!] ... he try's to make that my fault and im just going nuts... Have you ever had someone turn things where it makes you look crazy?"</blockquote>



These are excuses...

MAMA JDM 1 child; 1 angel baby; Fullerton, California 843 posts
22nd Apr '13

you need to leave nomatter how much it might hurt you.. your baby feels your eneergy and when your upset.. i hope things get better but just know some guys will never change :/ i know it sucks because thats how me and her daddy use to be

ravenna Due November 26; Japan 1 posts
22nd Apr '13
Quoting Queen B*:" I'm just kind of venting, my SO and I have been together for 5 years on April 28th. We have a 2 year ... [snip!] ... I wanted the break. So I guess fuck the ring nobody else cares about it. Ok sorry for the million page vent. Thanks. Lol."