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my bf cheated on me with a 17 year old

Anonymous
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my dd's father ran when i told him i was pregnant,i then got with my bf(now ex) when she was 2,shes 8 now. all these years being with me and he's been cheating for 4 years,when it started the girl was 17 and he was 26. i found out by his riders club (motorcycles) posting a picture of him and the girl kissing at one of their "conventions".....im so pissed off, not only at him but myself for not realizing what he's been doing.....idk how to release this anger because iv been at the gym all morning and im still pissed off

eta: after i found the picture i texted him and said i changed the locks and he can just stay at his own apartment indefinitely......then literally right after i texted him 10 albums of him and her popped up on his fb(i didnt even have a chance to delete him before the pictures popped up) 

Posted by Anonymous on Jul. 27, 2013 at 2:05 PM
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Anonymous
by Anonymous 1 - Original Poster on Jul. 27, 2013 at 2:11 PM

bump

BrownEyedGirl86
by Silver Member on Jul. 27, 2013 at 2:13 PM
You have to figure out why you aren't choosing the best people.
Screw finding someone now and concentrate on you and your child.

Do you have any children with him?
How does your dd seem to be doing without him around?
Have you spoken to him about how you feel now that you have found out?
cakbr
by on Jul. 27, 2013 at 2:14 PM
Sorry... Hurts when someone who supposedly loves us goes and does something this idiotic.
EmilysMom2010
by Ruby Member on Jul. 27, 2013 at 2:14 PM
Nice edit. Lol. It'll work.
Anonymous
by Anonymous 1 - Original Poster on Jul. 27, 2013 at 2:15 PM


Quoting BrownEyedGirl86:

You have to figure out why you aren't choosing the best people.
Screw finding someone now and concentrate on you and your child.

Do you have any children with him?
How does your dd seem to be doing without him around?
Have you spoken to him about how you feel now that you have found out?

no

she hasnt noticed

nope just texted him saying i changed the locks and that he can stay at his own apartment indefinitely

fivegirls333
by on Jul. 27, 2013 at 2:16 PM

 oh Lord...so sorry!  don't do anything out of anger.  get your ducks in a row.  put money away.  keep you and your dd safe.  get some support...family, friends, church, women's shelter...when you have a good plan for you and dd, LEAVE.  you have had enough.  guess what will happen when you are all alone for a little while?  you will realize how much you like yourself, don't need a douche bag, and being lonely is better than being alone in a relationship.  good luck and blessings.  what a fool.

BrownEyedGirl86
by Silver Member on Jul. 27, 2013 at 2:19 PM
Then concentrate on the positive.

You don't have any reason to continue to put yourself through his constant disrespect. Your daughter seems like she won't be heartbroken by his leaving.

But I do think that you should talk to him even if its to just vent and tell him to kick rocks. It may make you feel better


Quoting Anonymous:


Quoting BrownEyedGirl86:

You have to figure out why you aren't choosing the best people.

Screw finding someone now and concentrate on you and your child.



Do you have any children with him?

How does your dd seem to be doing without him around?

Have you spoken to him about how you feel now that you have found out?

no

she hasnt noticed

nope just texted him saying i changed the locks and that he can stay at his own apartment indefinitely

Anonymous
by Anonymous 1 - Original Poster on Jul. 27, 2013 at 2:20 PM


Quoting BrownEyedGirl86:

Then concentrate on the positive.

You don't have any reason to continue to put yourself through his constant disrespect. Your daughter seems like she won't be heartbroken by his leaving.

But I do think that you should talk to him even if its to just vent and tell him to kick rocks. It may make you feel better


Quoting Anonymous:


Quoting BrownEyedGirl86:

You have to figure out why you aren't choosing the best people.

Screw finding someone now and concentrate on you and your child.



Do you have any children with him?

How does your dd seem to be doing without him around?

Have you spoken to him about how you feel now that you have found out?

no

she hasnt noticed

nope just texted him saying i changed the locks and that he can stay at his own apartment indefinitely

it'll just end up in a screaming match and i dont want to do that

SpiritFortress
by Gold Member on Jul. 27, 2013 at 2:20 PM

ouch simple frown

BrownEyedGirl86
by Silver Member on Jul. 27, 2013 at 2:21 PM
Maybe an email or heck even a letter then burn the letter. Maybe that will help.

I wouldn't give him the satisfaction of hearing me scream. Bc then he'd know it killed me I'm a spiteful bitch though.


Quoting Anonymous:


Quoting BrownEyedGirl86:

Then concentrate on the positive.



You don't have any reason to continue to put yourself through his constant disrespect. Your daughter seems like she won't be heartbroken by his leaving.



But I do think that you should talk to him even if its to just vent and tell him to kick rocks. It may make you feel better




Quoting Anonymous:


Quoting BrownEyedGirl86:

You have to figure out why you aren't choosing the best people.


Screw finding someone now and concentrate on you and your child.





Do you have any children with him?


How does your dd seem to be doing without him around?


Have you spoken to him about how you feel now that you have found out?

no

she hasnt noticed

nope just texted him saying i changed the locks and that he can stay at his own apartment indefinitely

it'll just end up in a screaming match and i dont want to do that

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