jealous over ex


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    cc

    ive been with boyfriend for 2 years, he still takes care of his exs daughter every weekend except when she cant make it. I have had a problem with this, but have somehow managed it over the time. Sometimes we all go out together for the day and we all get on really well, she is 12.

    Me and boyfriend have been arguing for quite some time now, and haven’t spoken for 5 days but he mentioned last week that he might have to take the girl to the airport, with her mum of course and I told him I wasn’t happy at about it at all. He seemed a bit surprised but didn’t say much.

    it was yesterday he probably took them and I cannot get over my feelings about it and I cannot believe he did it. Fair enough take the girl yes, but his ex? I can just imagne them all happy in the car on the way there etc. And he was with her for 9 years and he said she was terrible and he regrets that time with her, but now time has passed and he is friendly with her prob because of the girl.

    I tried apologising to him on sunday via a message and he just sent back an emotionless emoji so I left it, and yesterday I texted him I love you and he never even opened it, even though I saw he had been active a few times.

    He has never responded like this before, we usually make up fairly quick once I make the first move. He has however read the message now over night but not replied.

    Im just worried that my feelings over his ex will stop any chances of us making things better and I don’t know what to do.

    I want to add something very important. I slept with someone last year and he doesn’t know, im not proud but I cant take it back. So im thinking, does that make us even in my mind? Like should I forget he took his ex because I have done a lot worse?

    #760142 Reply

    Louise

    I don’t like my ex but I’d go to the airport with our child to say goodbye if she was going somewhere, or let him give us a lift so he could say goodbye and wave us off knowing we were safe.

    That’s just parenting. You have to get over it or let him go.

    But having that lie between you – that’s BAD. I’m not suggesting you tell him as it’s hardly going to help, but yes that’s FAR FAR FAR FAR worse than him driving his ex to the airport and no you’re not even.

    #760144 Reply

    Ewa

    this just confirms the theory that when someone cheats they get suspicious that their partner could be cheating on them lol
    do him a favour and just leave, he deserves much better than a woman who says she loves him but then cheat behind his back…

    #760151 Reply

    Lala

    Is the child his? If it is not his child there is not reason he should be watching her every weekend and you need to move on.

    #760153 Reply

    L

    The way you write it implies that the girl isn’t your bf daughter. You put up with him bringing a young girl in your dates for 2 years? I mean that’s crazy. I get it he was like a dad to her for 9 years that most of her life but he’s not her real dad.
    Yeah you got some on the side once and that’s bad. Him driving his ex and her kid around isn’t the same but you been putting up with some crazy stuff.

    #760155 Reply

    cc

    yes the girl isn’t his. I don’t know why he is so obsessed with her, but as you can imagine, I never get to spend much time with him on weekend days as he works Saturday then he has her sundays and she sleeps over. I don’t really want to get into that issue on this thread, as I have posted about this before but most people told me to get over myself and that I wasn’t caring and to never have any kids of my own!! I have a son btw.

    There are many many reasons why I shouldn’t stay with him (hence why we are all on here) but my main issue right now was the airport run. I don’t want to be petty about it, but I feel like I cant even sit in the car now where she sat.

    I hate jealous feelings, they are the worst.

    #760158 Reply

    Omg

    Yes it is petty to be jealous of that. You have bigger issues than an airport ride. Having to take care of her kid every weekend would be the deal breaker. But then you already knew that going into this two years ago. It’s also probably why you cheated a year ago. This arrangement obviously doesn’t make you happy. Five days of not talking isn’t good. Sounds to me he is tired of hearing you complain about her. If they co parent he is not going to stop talking to her and for th child’s sake they have to be cordial. All you can do right now is wait and let him cool off. But if you don’t hear from him in a few weeks I would consider it over.

    #760159 Reply

    kaye

    Look if she’s 12, you’ve been together for 2 years and he was with his ex for 9 years that means he’s raised her pretty much since she was born! Even if she’s not his biological daughter you can’t seriously expect him just to walk away from this bond they’ve created because you’re jealous over his ex! That’s ridiculous! How is this any different than if he adopted her while they were together and have shared custody? It’s not. You’ve dealt with this for 2 years now all the sudden you’re having a freaking meltdown because he drove them to the airport. All the while over here knowing you actually SLEPT WITH ANOTHER MAN!! This is the definition of hypocrisy by the way.

    If you want this to work you’ve got to do more than just texting the guy! That takes absolutely no effort and is hardly sincere. You actually need to show up in person and apologize. But if you don’t intend to get over your issues with his ex and actually make an effort to deal with your jealousy then you really need to let him go. And you are hardly EVEN considering you slept with someone and he just dropped someone at the airport. I think if you were happy in this situation you wouldn’t have cheated. So think really long and hard about whether or not you can deal with this in the future because this little girl isn’t going anywhere!

    #760164 Reply

    Wendy Hart

    If the child is his, you cannot be jealous of their relationship. If they say there’s nothing going on, trust them. But I guess your paranoia is going on hyperdrive since you’ve cheated on him, hence you feel that he will cheat on you even if he is not going to. My suggestion is take a step back and assess the situation, do you still love him? Are you willing to make a compromise? If not, might as well get out of this relationship.

    #760170 Reply

    Lala

    If the child is not his he needs to stop taking her for the weekend. When he and the ex broke up, the ties should have severed. It doesn’t not matter if he was with the child’s mom for 9 years… he is not the father!! There is no woman out there that is going to be comfortable with this arrangement because it is not his child! He will never be able to move on with this child and ex in his life and it does not seem that he wants to either.

    #760172 Reply

    Karen

    She may not be his biological daughter but if he was with her for most of her life it isn’t fair to the child to just sever ties. He’s been the father figure to her and that would be hugely damaging to just say stop seeing the child. You knew from the very beginning this child was going to be in his life. You can’t just all of a sudden decide it doesn’t work for you. And given his history with both the ex and the child, I could see where he would easily walk away from the OP. His silence is a warning sign that is saying ‘if you give me crap about seeing the child, this isn’t going to work out in your favor.’

    #760174 Reply

    peggy

    Karen is right-does not matter if the kid is a biological child-he has assumed the daddy role,which is important to him and the child. This is something to be supported and praised.
    Sounds like the relationship has issues,and you sound very insecure and immature.
    You better evaluate your attitude-maybe talk to a therapist. he is right to be annoyed with your antics.

    #760188 Reply

    my two cents

    Wow. So this guy is generous and kind enough to help raise a kid that isn’t even his, even after he broke up with the ex and you have a problem with that?

    I think Karen and peggy are right in their advice. I hope you do learn to put your insecurities aside, grow some self esteem and appreciate that you’ve got a great man in your life.

    #760190 Reply

    Amy s

    I think it’s nice that he hasn’t just abandoned the kid. The ex thing is fine too. My ex hubby and I often do things As a family. What do you think is going to happen ? They broke up already and are behaving like adults now. Which is more than can be said for you and your
    Attitude. You sound needy and immature and you’re driving this decent man away.

    #760191 Reply

    L

    Two years of living in resentment and jealousy?

    #760196 Reply

    Raven

    What was the initial argument about?

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