my partner was seperated for twelve monthes when we met. after four monthes he moved in with me
we were so happy together and he said he would marry me tomorrow if he was divorced. after a few monthes he started acting strange then caused an argument and left. i later found out hed returned to his wife.after six weeks he begged me to take him back saying how sorry he was and he should never of done it. i caved in took him back and things were fantastic between us until last week when guess what hes done it again.im devestated i love him so much and he still claims to love me.i lost my temper with him and slapped is face he now says hes made the right choice because im violent.not true
sit together and sort out the things calmly.....life never gives u time again and again
god bless u
When you think of leaving him it probably hurts a lot and feels terrifying, but the question you need to ask yourself is: Aren't you already hurting a lot?
You gave him a second chance and he blew it. It is time to recognize your own self worth and move on. You can find happiness with another and with much less baggage. Since you do not have kids together and are not married, you have the option to leave and start fresh. He will continue to hurt you as time goes on in one way or another. He has shown how valuable and what priority level he places you at. Think of how he is treating his wife and why they are not happily married. You deserve better.
The best method is to quit cold turkey. Stop all forms of communication with him. Stay active and exercise regularly. It will help to relieve the stress and pain. It will hurt for quite some time, and you will have the urge to get in touch with him. Just wait it out and start looking for someone else. You will save yourself a lot of future anguish and wasted love.
So that's your life story of the last year or so, and by your own admission, you're a partner beater, what's the question?
It sounds to me that this guy is playing you and obviously doing the same to his wife, you need to move on and be happy and strong within yourself.
If he has not taken the initiative to divorce his wife, he is not yet ready to leave her. Perhaps, you can agree to take him back when he is divorced?
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