Should I stay or should I go…

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Should I stay or should I go…

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    carrasr
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    November 30, 2015 at 5:04 pm #89138
    Should I stay or should I go…

    Hey guys I need your help,

    I have been involved in a very complicated relationship. I need your help on whether to stay or pull-out from it. I have been seeing this girl who I have been dating for over a year. We are both in our 40s. We have become intimately involved with sex on a regular basis. Going back over 7 month ago, we broke-up.

    The nature of our break-up was related to an issue that I had with my job. As a teacher, I was not getting along with my Principal. There were clashes of personalities and I felt that it was in my best interest to leave for another school. Although my issue (in my job) was resolved amazingly, she used that opportunity to pass judgement on me and claiming that I had plenty of emotional baggage of which I do not. On her part, she did not understand the circumstances that are involved with my job and that there is a due-process (with my union) in place that resolves these problematic issues. She wanted me to raise the roof and create all sorts of hell


    Morgan11
    Participant
    December 1, 2015 at 4:46 pm #89204

    I think you should stay and try again. If it doesnt work though and only causes you more hurt than leave.