Absolutely agree with what everyone else has said! You deserve to be happy and so do your children...you need to think about them as well. Do you want them to grow up thinking that this is how a relationship works and that this is the norm? Because that is what they see, and that is exactly what they think, and are more susceptible to being treated, and treating others this way as well. Take some time apart from one another and see how things go...re-evaluate the relationship. I wish you well and good luck to you and the kids : )View Thread
I agree with the others. What complete disregard he has for your feelings as well as what he has done to this relationship and his family. I am so sorry for what you have to go through..many hugs to you and your lil one. You deserve better, and so does your daughter. You can do this on your own..look at how many single mothers there are out there!! Heck I am one of them...it's not easy, but it can be done, and you certainly are better off alone than unhappy! Take the steps you need to to be happy and healthy, and if I were you, I would take him for all he has after he made a comment like he did (to divorce him sooner rather than later so he wouldn't lose as much stuff). Don't doubt yourself, and futhermore, don't think you need him to raise this child..he has obviously proven to you what kind of man he really is. Take care and best wishes to you!View Thread
I would try and enjoy the next few days, put the issue at hand with your wife on the back burner, and make it all about your daughter. After all, it is about your daughter this week, and it really is a life changing event. However, do remind your wife about how you feel, and that you have not forgotten the issue, and also that you still would like to discuss things. Be respectful, and civil, but make it known that things have not just "blown over", and it was not just forgotten about and you can just move on from it.
It also gives you an opportunity to think about it for a few days, to think about what you want to say, and how you want to approach it. I think this would be the best way to go about it. Good luck to you and good luck to your daughter in college! How exciting to start a new chapter in life : )View Thread