Post # 16
Oh wow, that’s just horrible!
This really sucks and I’m sorry for you. The thing is, that you’re the one going to raise from that situation and despite all of the shit he pulled off, he can’t take away anything from the things you worked so hard for. And he’s just going to be what he’s been all along: a loser.
Try to look at it this way; you’ve gotten the chance to do so much better and for the next time, you know better than to fall for some jerk again.
Hugs to you!
Post # 17
mimivac : Not every woman, but most women do want to and plan to have kids. Its just better to think about those kinds of things while you’re thinking of settling down. Is he good enough for you? Maybe yes maybe not. But is he good enough to have children and raise a family with. Sometimes a woman will be willing to go through some crap for her man that she wouldnt want to if she thought about having a family with him.
As I said earlier, a good thought process will help separate the wheat from the chaff.
Post # 18
Better broken engagements than broken marriages.
Take some time for you, to just focus on you and to build up your self-worth so that you don’t end up with a loser like this again.
Post # 19
callmelately : Only a moron would say “I’m only with you because you’re stable, you have a job, you’re buying your own home, you can let me live with you for free and I don’t need to work.”
Post # 20
It just hurts because I really do love him. I spent so much time and energy and money on my engagement and my relationship with him. I’m starting to wonder why I keep picking losers maybe it’s me? I feel like I just want to focus on my family and losing the weight. My ex-fiance when I was 26 told me he never loved me on valentiens day, when I was 28 my ex-boyfriend told me I was too fat to blank(pretty sure you all know what that word is), I think I found a good one and he does this to me. I’m just tired of getting hurt. Maybe the priest was right maybe I should be a nun. I wish love was for me. Anyway ladies thank you so much for listening but I have to get to work. It really means a lot to me to be able to talk about this.
Post # 21
I’m so sorry! Perhaps seeing a mental health professional to parse out your attraction issues? You do deserve better and I think figuring out why you are attracted to the type of man that does this may benefit you.