What to do?

LaKysha - posted on 04/04/2009 ( 4 moms have responded )

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I have known my sons father for 5 years now, he has always been immature. Well after not seeing him for 2 years we meet again and he is so sweet. About 3 months later I am pregnant, and even though he is okay with it (so he says) he gets meaner and meaner each day. Right after my son is born in August of last year, we have our final argument but this time he ditches my son and I out at my parents. I love this boy, I love him with all his faults but he has already been in 2 relationships and does everything in his power to be mean to me. What do I do? He has seen his son once in 7 months, this hurts and I have lost so much sleep over this from crying. Please, please, please someone help me out!

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LaKysha - posted on 04/10/2009

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Thank you both, I have realized that I have grown through this situation, and that I can do this with or without him.Thank you for responding it helps to know that I am not terribly alone.

Tracy - posted on 04/05/2009

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LaKysha i have been there done that , but the thing that we have to remember is that we have to stay string and positive for our sons. They need us. In your post u called him right he is a BOY and boys do immature things that we as women really do not have time for. No one deserves to be treated mean. You and your son deserve soooo much more than that. I remember when i left my sons father i had done soooo much crying and fussing that i had nothing left to give but negative energy because that's all that i got from him was negative energy. But you know what one day i prayed and asked god to remove him from my life because my son and i deserved so much better than this. Try it girl it definitely works. Good luck. Stay Prayed Up

Stacey - posted on 04/04/2009

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I am so sorry to hear you are in this situation. It must be really hard.



 



I wish there was something i could say that would help. But grief over a relationship is something that can only become better in your own time - which unfortuently isn't a fix for now. I hope that you can work something out for the best with your sons dad. 



 



Stacey

Stacey - posted on 04/04/2009

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I am so sorry to hear you are in this situation. It must be really hard.



 



I wish there was something i could say that would help. But grief over a relationship is something that can only become better in your own time - which unfortuently isn't a fix for now. I hope that you can work something out for the best with your sons dad. 



 



Stacey

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