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Annoying in-laws and my bf's ex

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Missy20 Sat 16-Mar-13 22:42:58

Hiya all, i need some advise or your oppinions with my current situation because i feel like im going crazy!! Me and my bf have been together 3 years and have a beautiful 1yr old together. He has a 3 year old son from a previous relationship. His ex partner left him and his family (which is where she had been living since she was pregnant) when the son was 9months old. They never saw him again untill he was getting on for the age of 2. She took them to hell and back!! Lied about discusting stuff that never happened got them in trouble with the police and took them to court. Eventually she took back everything she said at court and privately arranged for them to all start seeing the child again. At this point i was pregnant. However many months later (now) she is treated like royalty. Given xmas present mothers day gifts, she gives her child away 4days a week to my in laws. They txt her telling her they love her and take her on holiday. Am i completely mad to think this is strange? For months and months ive been dwelling on all of this and i need some help and advise please on what to do. Ive tried talking to them all including my partner and it just ends up in arguments. I cant stand to think that she will always be in my life, because im not in her relationship! Im gettin really depressed and angry about it all.

ballstoit Tue 19-Mar-13 13:37:21

Was there some overlap when your bf was with both of you? Or was it just a very short time in between?

Just wondering if that doesn't help with your ILs and BFs ex.

Missy20 Tue 19-Mar-13 13:46:58

They had been split up about 4-5 months. She had a new partner before we got together and has a new one now.

ballstoit Tue 19-Mar-13 16:36:09

So, when you got together with your bf, who actually looked after DSS? Him or ILs.

Missy20 Tue 19-Mar-13 16:53:01

Neither of them. They didnt see him again untill he was about 2. And when the contact began it was at the ils house as my bf still lives at home

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