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Kayla745 Sun 06-Sep-20 18:07:14

I’ve recently split with my partner due to his excessive drinking, I had to remove all his stuff from the house which was hard enough because all you really want is a nice loving family when you get pregnant and I know it’s for the best but I can’t help but feel so alone and upset about it all. We did start contact again but he’s just proven how little respect he has for me and doesn’t seem to care much about letting me down, it feels like he enjoys upsetting me and putting me down. I get ignored all the time and made to feel like I’m going crazy for asking for a bit of support and for him to grow up.

I do have my family support around me which is great but I miss him and I just wish everything had worked out. I don’t really know what to do with myself and I’m struggling with it all so much. I know I’ll have a beautiful baby soon and I should focus on that but I just keep breaking down and crying everytime I think about it. It’s like he doesn’t care about me or the baby all he wants to do is drink his life away and it breaks my heart because there’s nothing I can do but sob uncontrollably like a big fat warthog.

I guess I’m just wondering if anyone else has ever been through anything like this and what they did to make themselves feel better.


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DawnMumsnet (MNHQ) Sun 06-Sep-20 18:25:11

Sorry you're going through such a difficult time, Kayla745. We're going to move your thread over to our Relationships topic as we feel you'll get the best support there. flowers

DawnMumsnet (MNHQ) Sun 06-Sep-20 18:43:42

And bumping it back into Active Conversations.

misscockerspaniel Sun 06-Sep-20 20:50:39

flowers Sorry, no advice, but bumping for you x

onlinelinda Sun 06-Sep-20 22:11:24

You're very clever to see the truth about him. Focus on your lovely baby and give yourself a bit pat on the back for a decision well made. You'll meet tons of people at baby groups when your baby is born, and even if money is tight, you'll be far less stressed and resentful than you would be with him.

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