So I have been dating someone for the past year now. When we got together I knew he was married, but he was going to be getting divorced. He also has a 1 year old daughter. Here are the issueshe moved out of his house last December and things were great, but in April his soon to be ex told him she has breast cancer. He decided to move back into the house so he could help take care of their daughter. I completely agreed that he should do that. Well he was about o move out in Septemeber, but it seems his daughter got very sick. The doctors I guess still have no idea what is wrong with her. I just dont know what to do, I love him and I want to support him, but it is very diffcult for me, it just seems like things keep happening.I dont know when he will be moving out. we were supposed to move in together this coming June, but everthing is so up in the air. I want him to always be there for his daughter, but i think he is jsut afraid to leave her, like he will never get to see her again.View Thread
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