(Closed) fiance wanted to be at his 'friends' delivery…

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 62
27 posts
  • Wedding: August 2013

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@thebearshoney:  This is like a flashback for me. Your ex fiance sounds just like my ex boyfriend. Although my situation was not as bad, my ex bf also had a “special” female friend, who he didn’t mind dropping everything (including me) to help her. I knew that there was no “more than friend” relationship between them, but I felt like I deserved more, so I broke up with him. And I was RIGHT!!! 2 weeks after breaking up with him, I found the love of my life. We are compatible in every aspect, and I truly believe that if I didn’t have the gut to break up with my ex, I would never have met my fiance. I KNOW that you made the right decision, and don’t be sad, you will find a better man soon. 

Post # 63
129 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Congratulations! You walked away from a miserable life of drama. Your future will be so much better without him and you will Thank yourself someday that you had the guts, insight and courage to leave this behind. You may not see this right now but trust me, there will come a day you are happy again.

Let you ex fiance regret you. And let Karma come around for her, it always does.


You will have the last laugh. The best revenge is your life will end up being so much better than either of theirs. So Bravo to you!!!!!!!!!

Post # 64
3774 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2004

If he isn’t the father of the baby, none of this makes even an iota of sense.  Father or not, he is a moron.

Post # 65
278 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

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@panterapeach:  This right here. Listen to this wise lady!

Post # 66
1783 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

I feel like the only reason your FH would be in the labor and delivery room for a baby of a lady friend would be if he’s the father….. You may need to have a serious talk with him and ask him if he is the father of that baby.

Either way, yiur relationship seems unhealthy. It’s best to move on and forget this… Stay close to loved ones who can help you get through this.

Post # 67
1534 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2014

@thebearshoney:  The only birth(s) a man should witness should be the birth(s) of his own child(ren). He should not be looking at another womans cooch. If she wants his support, you both can be waiting in the waiting room, together. Not him alone in the birthing room. She is well on her way to manipulating him to marrying her.

Post # 68
644 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

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@thebearshoney:  “Also and that I might be wrong in his eyes but the two things I’am NOT is a doormat or a fool because I made a concious decision not to let him have power over me by waiting on his word since I did not want him anymore.”


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