letting the ex husband move back in to save our child from a shitty relationshi,

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letting the ex husband move back in to save our child from a shitty relationshi,

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    chaoticmess13
    chaoticmess13
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    August 10, 2018 at 7:59 am #181275
    letting the ex husband move back in to save our child from a shitty relationshi,

    I’m in such a bad situation right now and I have no idea what to do.

    dashingscorpio
    dashingscorpio
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    August 11, 2018 at 2:28 pm #181390

    It’s unclear who or what is the “shitty relationship” you’re trying to (save) your child from.

    Did you get involved with another man who mistreated you or your child and continues to threaten to do so?
    Are you {using your ex-husband} simply for protection purposes but have no romantic interest in him?

    Whatever the situation is you always had “options” and YOU chose what you thought was best for you.
    Maybe you didn’t seek the counsel of friends, family, a therapist, social services, or the police before you made your choice.
    Oftentimes the hell we live in is of our own making. If you find yourself in a hole the first thing you want to do is stop digging!

    Seek out people who personally know you to listen to their ideas, research and create a (plan) for yourself for the long-term.
    Once you have a (plan) and set a goal date to accomplish something it’s easier to endure a “temporary sacrifices”.
    Figure out what you need to be free & independent of men. Having a man should be a choice!

    MysteryZee
    MysteryZee
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    August 11, 2018 at 4:18 pm #181401

    Putting your child in an environment where their parents constantly conflict with eachother is extremely unhealthy for them, and in most cases will cause the child to develop harmful insecurities and/or cause them to seek unhealthy relationships as an adult

    soccermom24
    soccermom24
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    August 15, 2018 at 1:04 am #181609

    Kids do not do well when put in bad situations. Kids can sense and feel the emotion in the air. I stayed in my miserable marriage for 17 years for my kids. So my kids would have a dad, but i was wrong. My kids have told me they wished that i left him earlier. They don’t see him more than once or teice a month. However, our home life with just me and my kids is much more peaceful and calm.