Is it time to move on or try and make it work, Please help.


Is it time to move on or try and make it work, Please help.

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    January 17, 2016 at 3:32 am #91792
    Is it time to move on or try and make it work, Please help.

    I was seeing my daughters father since 12/6/12 we had our daughter in 1/2014 while him & i were together it was good for the 1st year till our daughter was born but he was a gamer hardcore it was such an addiction he constantly whined when he didnt get to play, it came before me no matter what it even came before our daughter, he never helped me with her & he treated us like a chore, we fought constantly about everything, we have nothing in common, well i told him i couldnt handle it anymore we broke up 8/2015, i met someone new in 11/2015 him & i have everything in common we started casually seen eachother for a few weeks it was amazing he actually treated me like a queen he always made sure i was happy in every aspect, well my daughters father finally hit rock bottom, realized he lost me & fucked up, he sold his xbox and quit gaming started to change and wanted to work things out every1 said to give him another chance but i cant stop thinkin about the other guy no matter what help!

    January 23, 2016 at 7:26 am #91996

    You need to ask yourself what you really want

    January 23, 2016 at 10:03 am #92007

    He quit gaming and started to change – if it was indeed an addiction what is he doing to get help for that. Having been an addict I know you don’t just give up one addiction without picking up a new one. Without addressing the real underlying motive behind the addiction its simply going to surface in another area of life.

    The daughters father should have to prove by more than just giving up the xbox – games are easily accessible on smartphones and online – just because he can’t do it on the xbox doesn’t mean he can’t game. It makes sense that you keep thinking about the other guy he treated you the way you deserve to be treated.

    If you do decide to give the daughter’s father another try don’t do it because everyone said to give him another chance – at the end of the day its your and your daughters life not theirs.

    Best of luck.