I want my ex back, to late?Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
My ex and I broke up a month ago after a 1yr relationship. I fell in love with her 1 yr old daughter and thought of her as mine. My ex always said i was the best man she ever met..and we loved each other...spent every minute together. In november she had a miscarriage (4 months into relationship) and then around january arguments started from her about little things. She slowly slipped into depression. We planned on getting married, she was gonna move into my house with me, and i was gonna adopt her baby. Well about the 6 month mark she started talking to this guy online "her friend" and i knew he wanted more. Well after several months it got alot worse. They were flirting left and right, she'd go hang out with other friends and he'd be there but she'd fail to mention that to me. Then just one arguement she was gone...she left me. Now she's with that guy (no job, no car, 28 and lives with his mom). I tried to keep her from making a mistake. She wouldn't hear it..so i tried to be friends with her..and at one point she said she thought about coming back to me. But then arguments started again..and we havent talked in about 2 weeks...her mom and I talk regualarly checking on her...She is getting worse now complaining that if she didnt have her daughter she'd be able to do whatever she wants. I want her life back in order and I wanna be there to love her forever...how do i do it? She is set to goto the head dr. this week but if she didn't want help from me...she won't take it from them.
You better hope the psychologist can make progress with her.
She is way off base and needs this sort of help badly.
Stay as close to her as you can so you can help her pick up the pieces if she needs it.
Good luck! George
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