ive been with this guy for about 2 yrs.... in the 2 years weve been together he has cheated on me, had a possible baby (wasnt his) stolen from me, hit me but yet i continue to be there... why? i still have feelings for him... he hasnt worked in the 2 years we been together, i have... he doesnt contribute anything... but i cant seem to let go...i dnt think im in love with him just love him but just cant seem to find the will to leave him because im afraid hell make me lose my job, he has tried to before.... any tips on how to leave himView Thread
sorry about the puncuation..buut to give you guys an update.... i figured he wouldnt just up and leave me so i planted false texts in my phonej yes he went through my cellphone so i made it look like i was cheating...i havent seen the jerk in about a week... but his belongings are still hereView Thread
thanks alot.... its just when he starts talking he says alll the right things and i stupidly believe them..... he has nobody else and i feel like im abandoning him.... nobody else gives a heck, but now i guess i see why.... i just have nowhere else to goView Thread
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