Resationship down the drain.?

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  • Resationship down the drain.?


Answer #1 | 31/12 2013 18:11
You probably thought he would change especially after you had a kid together, but then you realized he isn't going to change. I don't care if you love him, I think it's a sorry excuse just to be in a miserable relationship. I know you can do much better without him not only for yourself, but your daughter as well. I would say get out of the relationship as fast as you can because you don't want to end up in even a worse position by having more kids with him. If you know he doesn't love you, what's the point of even trying? Good Luck.
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Answer #2 | 31/12 2013 13:16
Habit? Fear of being alone? Low confidence? There could be many factors. It won't get any better unless you break away from him though. Why be lonely in a relationship? I was in the same boat as you around a year and a half ago, I finished it, finally, and I couldn't be happier right now. Plus you have to think about your daughter and the way you want her to be when she's older, you're her role model and the type of relationship you are in, she is also likely to do. It's not healthy and you don't want her thinking it is. It can be a viscous cycle.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #3 | 30/12 2013 06:04
Some women just enjoy being treated like a doormat, they have no dignity or courage to get rid of.
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Answer #4 | 30/12 2013 06:08
1. You love him. 2. Battered woman syndrome: meaning that you've become used to it and think you deserve it. 3. For your daughter (conservative notion maybe). 4. As you haven't given details, I don't know how bad the situation is.
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Answer #5 | 30/12 2013 08:11
You stay because you are comfortable with being disrespected, not loved and not taken care of. You also want your daughter to feel it soon too.
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