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Author Topic: Should end it?

March 26, 2019, 08:26:43 AM
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We've been together for 4 months now. She moved in with me and everything seems to be great. First time I date someone that has a kid and baby daddy. She continues to have full communication (everyday) with baby daddy and his family. Yes, conversations are about the baby but when she speaks to his family (face time) they talk like best friends.

I feel like I am forced to date someone that I have to deal with a "Ex" always there.

Im new to this.

March 28, 2019, 06:00:51 PM
Reply #1


First of all ask yourself do you love her? Because if you do you would be willing to look over all of that. Is it hard to have an Ex still in the picture? Of course it is especially when there is a child involved, but you have to ignore all of that. You are with her now if it wasn’t for the child she wouldn’t need to talk to him or his family. Have you tried getting involved because if you see this going anywhere the child will have you as a parent too. Ask yourself can you deal with the ex’s family always being there if not that’s your answer. It’s hard to take on someone else’s child, but it’s even harder to have the ex still in the picture and ignore it. Are you strong enough and do you love the woman enough to look over all of that?

March 29, 2019, 09:57:40 AM
Reply #2


If the ex isnt causing any problems I would continue with the relationship, especially if you love her and this is the only issue.  You also have the opportunity for the child to spend some time with the ex and his family so you and your partner can have some alone time.

I have been in a relationship with 2 children and the father has never been around which was good for me but a shame for the kids as they never saw him.  It always meant me and me partner not having enough alone time as there was only really her mother who could look after the children which really wans't fair on her all of the time.  This also caused stress in our relationship as i always felt my partner was in 'mother mode' instead of just a woman who is my partner and can be herself.

March 29, 2019, 10:34:45 PM
Reply #3


i think so . It seems as if your best situation woudl be to move on.