My fiance and I have financially supported his mother now for over a year and a half, and for me personally it has been a year of hell. It began smooth, and then with a blink of an eye she was calling me the B word, a h*e, sl*t, and every other nasty name you could think of. She called the police on my fiance and I twice, the last time telling the dispatcher I slashed her tires(I got a police report to verify it), and then kept telling my fiance that I was cheating on him. After this she told him that he was not the father of my child (a situation that had happened in his past) and that she wants nothing to do with my unborn child, she doesn't want to see it, nothing. I personally am fine with this, because I think she has issues. We are moving away before my son is born and are leaving herour old house to live in, because she refuses to find her own place to stay. I told my fiance once we move I never want to see her again, she has been so nasty to my family and I it is unbelievable. I told him he could have any type of relationship with her I will not interfere but I don't want her at our house or around my kids he can go visit whenever he feels. He said he understood and didn't care it was my choiceand that he wants nothing to do with her becauses she treats him badly as well, but I just feel like even though he says he isn't going to do certain things, he is going to back out and do otherwise because he has in the past, hence why she is even living with us in the first place. I don't know how to show him I'm firm about my decision so he takes me seriously because this is a deal breaker for me. I refuse to be miserable and disrespected for the rest of my life by this woman. I have never called her any names, or disrespected her in any way, he takes up for me but she still feels she has a right to speak to and treat us this way. He gives her ultimatums but never follows through. I know that once my son is born she is going to do something to try to wedge herself back in. Any advice?
We're in our late 20's and she's in her 50's working full-time, yet incapable of living on her own or providing for herself.
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