Dating a woman with Crazy EX

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Dating a woman with Crazy EX

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    divorceddat45211
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    January 18, 2013 at 3:00 pm #20810
    Dating a woman with Crazy EX

    OK here goes. I am recently divorced and met a great woman. We both really like each other and are very serious. She has two kids and has shared custody with her EX. Issue is her EX is NUTS. Always asking her where she is going and who she is with. She mentioned introducing me to her kids and he flipped. He even dropped the kids off at 1:30am while I was there (it was his night with the kids) because he knew I was there. I dont want to get into what he has said/done, just wondering how I should deal with this. She is thinking about getting full custody, but in the meantime, should I have a chat with him? I can share more details if need be, but for now this is all I want to share, lets just say this guy is verbally and emotionally abusive, there is no doubt about it.


    Anonymous
    January 21, 2013 at 6:27 pm #20848

    Sounds rough! Looks like he wants to have his cake and eat it too!

    How long have you been dating this woman? If it’s less than 6 months I don’t think you should meet the kids yet (my opinion) and truthfully, DO NOT talk to the ex. It won’t help if he is verbally abusive, it could lash out onto the kids and your new woman.


    an artists logic
    Participant
    January 21, 2013 at 11:05 pm #20868

    Though eventually, if you two get serious enough to live together, a conversation with the x is inevitable…


    divorceddat45211
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    January 25, 2013 at 3:16 pm #21277

    Yes you are correct a conversation with the EX is inevitable. Believe me when I say it will take all of my self control for that conversation to be “civil”