Fast forward to about 2 weeks ago, exfiance and I were sending angry texts back and forth started by him at around midnight when he leaves work and ending at 3am. I couldn't help to think that he's probably alone that's why he's sending me those texts. I thought maybe she left him too. I told exfiance not to send me anymore texts at night, if he had anything to tell me concerning our son, he should do that during the day. I didn't want to used to make up for his loneliness at night. Also, last week on the weekend, he went to visit his friend out of town (his friend tried to ask me if I would be going too, but I didn't repond). My exfiance is not my friend on facebook, but his friend is and his friend put a status update to say he was glad to be visited by him. There was no mention of him visiting with anyone else, just him. Do you think she left him too? I don't know any reason why someone who's in a new relationship will go out of town for the weekend without his new lurve.
[This message edited by VeryHurtbroken at 11:21 PM, April 27th (Saturday)]
"If only I can fight just a little longer, I know it's gonna make me stronger" Jamie Grace-Holding on.
Better question might be: what do YOU want?
ETA: Contacted the OW 2 months ago, 1 month we had no contact with exfiance ordered by the judge, and the late night text was 2 week ago, which he stopped when I told him I will not respond to midnight texts, and he travelled out of state for the weekend last week to see his friend.
[This message edited by VeryHurtbroken at 12:01 AM, April 28th (Sunday)]
OW is "stupid" enough to be with a liar... you deserve better!
Yeah visitation. That's the area I need to tighten up on.
Our daughter is eight, and he always uses visitation as a way to engage me. I deal with my ex only through text, or email now, but he still try's to call. He loves drama. :/
Who knows. Keep your eye on the prize - that would be you and you little one.
[This message edited by VeryHurtbroken at 9:06 AM, April 28th (Sunday)]
I can hold my head up high and look at myself in the mirror with dignity.