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JLeeAmor Sun 18-Sep-16 01:58:24

Hi All,
Bit of a deep one really.. so bare with me!
My now ex fiancé and I have recently spilt its been about 3months now..
the relationship was great to start with had everything going for us, until I had our first son (now 18months) suffering from PND and struggling with Depression beforehand..
Obviously I'm not sure if we really need our heads banging together or if we need a good break or to call it quits however I started lying about stupid things and saying things in the heat of the moment in arguments and wished I'd never looking back just certain things like "iv put my name down on council list cause I can't deal with this anymore" etc.. obviously not thinking of the time, he then said "I don't want to be with you anymore" so we went with it he's since given me a new tenancy agreement in my name iv recently had to go on benefits until I sort myself out financially as he said I didn't have to go back to work if I didn't want too, it's horrible!
I recently sent him a text saying if we could take things slow his reply was..
"What's changed? Nothing!" & "I I never go back into any relationship unless I know 100% it can work" so where would you stand?
Like would you see it as he wants to make things work or would you see it as to walk away?
He's so stubborn to the point you could argue for days..
I could do with abit of friendly advice
Thanks Jessica x

Savannah13nbump Thu 22-Sep-16 16:20:02

I suppose it depends on do you love him? If the answer is yes and without the Pnd you get on well, I can understand from a point of view comin back if you both weren't 100% committed as you do have kids and having oh in and out can cause confusion, I would take the time to remember the good times and really consider if you are in love with him, probably not much help in this reply sorry

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