(Closed) I know I should talk to him about this… (kinda long)

posted 9 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

Don’t freak out until you go home and talk to him. Take the bill to him and say, "you know I would have no issue trusting you, but here it is plain and simple…why are you talking to her, and what is going on?" Try not to yell or be irrational…be calm and just be VERY straightforward so you don’t get a beat around the bush answer.

I know it doesn’t look good, but it’s the right thing to do in talking to him. I hope everything works out ok and I wish I could give you a hug! Hope for the best, but know that it’s best to find out any skeletons now than later when you ARE married. Either way I think you guys have some stuff to work out. Obvoiusly somethign triggered his discussions with his ex girlfriend. And I’m sorry but did he really think you wouldn’t find out after ya’all combined phones?!?! 

Post # 4
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Newbee
  • Wedding: November 2008

Hang in there!  Deep breaths, and like ejs4y8 said, try to be calm.  remember that whatever happens, you will get through this.

Post # 5
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2009

Darlin’ I think you need to talk to him. I know it’s a hard topic , and not somethign you WANT to do but ejs4y8 is right .

Post # 6
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Newbee
  • Wedding: December 1969

I’m so sorry – You are correct you must talk to him about this – something is not right.  At this stage of the game he shouldn’t be talking to, let alone thinking about, an ex.  It hurts when you are cheated on when you are not married – multiply that by a thousand when you are.  I would think long and hard about a marriage with someone who admits he still loves someone else.  You don’t deserve that.

Lots of talking needed here and maybe a postponement – very painful but believe me less so than a divorce.  Remember Princess Diana?

I wish you strength.

Many Hugs to you.

Post # 8
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Sugar bee

Sorry… (hugs.)  I know it must be hard, as you are at work.  Everything will be OK, in the long run.

I hope there is a reasonable explanation for you.  But you have your suspicions and are right to question what has been going on.  I agree you need to talk to him, when you get home.  It is a blessing to find this out before the wedding. 

I had an ex bf I still was kind of friends with.  So I can understand staying in touch.  But it was more occasional.  Talking an hour everyday, seems odd, especially when it was a spike while you were Out of Town.  Do you feel it has been about a while since they’ve really spoken, or that this has been going on more continuously?

Keep us posted.  Good luck.

Post # 9
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Newbee
  • Wedding: November 2010

*HUGS*  I’m sorry you have to go through this 3 months before your wedding.  Hang in there and hope for the best!  Good luck talking with him tonight… like other have said, it’s always a difficult topic to discuss…but it will help you get it off your chest and hopefully find out why he is talking to her again.

Good luck!!

Post # 10
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Newbee

I agree, you need to talk to him and be very calm and to the point… just like ejs4y8 described.  Hugs to you! 

Post # 11
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

So sorry about all of this. Huge electronic hug shooting your way.

Yes, eventually you will have to talk to him. But for now, breathe and know that you have a support network right at your finger tips! 

Just remember that whatever happens, you’re going to be ok. *Hug!*

Post # 12
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

While you are going crazy at work, why don’t you write out a "speech" for yourself in Word or something? That should help ease the jitters, get everything out on paper you want to say, and help you organize yourself so that when you get home, you don’t start crying and forget everything you intended to say. I do this a lot and while I feel silly going to have a discussion with a speech almost, it’s the only way I say what I have to say right then and there.

Post # 13
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Helper bee

*huggles* This is tough but there could many legit things that were going on. So don’t do anything rash till you talk to him.

Good luck!

Post # 14
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Blushing bee

I am so sorry… many hugs your way.  Use this time before your discussion to collect your thoughts and focus on being calm.  If you can talk without immediately having him get defensive, this is your best hope of getting the truth. Importantly, regardless of the explanation (and hopefully it was nothing!), he should be more mindful of your feelings given the past situation.  Don’t be afraid to communicate what you need in the relationship to feel safe and secure.  Best wishes! 

Post # 15
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2018

i’m so sorry about this. yes, you should approach him calmly and find out the reason for his communicating with her so much (did she have a death in the family? is she very sick?), but i don’t know–and i say this obviously not having talked to him or knowing all the circumstances–barring any emergency/extreme situation, talking to someone else that much, especially an ex, is not right.

Post # 16
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

*HUGS*

Firstly, I’m sorry to hear all this is happening 3 months before your wedding. I hope you can calmly discuss this with your fi. In all honesty though – if it sounds like a duck, walks like a duck and acts like a duck, it probably is a duck. I don’t see any reason why he should be talking to her/texting her w/the frequency that he has been. I don’t care if there has been something serious going on w/this other girl – doesn’t she have OTHER friends to talk to other than her EX?!? Sorry, this topic gets me really REALLY riled up b/c I’ve dealt with this in the past and there is NO reasonable excuse for this type of behaviour!!!!!!!!

*HUGS* again!

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