Heartache over My son

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Heartache over My son

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    JessicaV
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    July 5, 2014 at 9:36 pm #56795
    Heartache over My son

    I was with my ex for 14 months. It was the best relationship I had had in a very long time. I fell in love with him fast. I have 3 kids and he has 2 boys. My daughter’s love him to death and he feels the same about them. The only thing that destroyed the relationship was he couldn’t stand my 6 you old son. My ex was raised by his stepmother who abused him for not cleaning right and doing what she wanted. She favored her own kids which are his half brother and sister. My son was an extreme mommies boy and that irritated him to no end. I understand I did wrong the way I raised my son but he had changed in the year we were together. He started cleaning his room, toilet, sink, and mirror but it wasn’t good enough Because he would need to be reminded from time to time. He would single my son out and when I wasn’t around my son would not be included with their family activities. He blames my son for us not working out and text my daughter that. Any advice to get past this. It’s been so hard


    Shae
    Participant
    July 6, 2014 at 8:24 pm #56806

    Hi Jessica V,

    Wow is the only thing I can say after reading your situation. You’re children come first (I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that). I think the best advice I can give you about getting over this is making your son smile. Seeing the smile on his face after imagining how he probably felt about being singled out by your ex should make you the happiest women in the world. If he’s blaming your children for you two not working out he is not the man for you and he doesn’t deserve to be in your world or your children’s.

    What’s meant for you will be for you. When you meet the man who loves your kids and you and takes responsibility and is mature enough to acknowledge his past is in his way, you’ll forget about this jerk.

    I hope all works out for you. My best wishes,
    Shae