My ex- boyfriend and I have been broken up for about two months now. My heart is still broken, because I'm still in love with him. We have kids together, and we been through a lot in our relationship. He cheated on me multiple times, and I stayed with him. I loved him that's why I never left him, because I forgave him. He changed on me after our second child. He started being mean to me for no reason at all. All I did was love him. My friends got mad at me, because they said I looked like a fool letting him treat me so bad. But, I loved him, and I still do. We broke up, because he said he wasn't ready to settle down. It hurt me, because he decides this after three kids, and after so many years. I know I can do better than that, it just hurts. I didn't deserve that, and I'm trying to figure out why I got hurt so bad like that. I know I'm not perfect, but I was good to him. I thought I was getting a little better, but we work together and everytime I see him a piece of my heart breaks into pieces all over again. I don't want to be with him anymore I just still love him. It's painful when you love someone who treats you so bad. Some of my friends think I'm stupid for still loving him, but I can't help it. I've been with him half of my life. And in one instant my world just crumbled around me. The kids stay with me, and every since we broke up he doesn't come to see them anymore and they think its something I did. I will never say anything bad about their father to them. I just don't know what to tell them, and I don't know how to take the pain of them blaming me for him leaving.View Thread
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