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He loves me but his ex girlfriend is pregnant to him. What should we do?

  1. stricktlydating profile image82
    stricktlydatingposted 8 years ago

    He loves me but his ex girlfriend is pregnant to him. What should we do?

  2. Cagsil profile image60
    Cagsilposted 8 years ago

    Hey stricktlydating,

    He loves you. But, on the other hand his ex-girlfriend is pregnant to him. What should we do?

    This is a very "sticky" situation. The decision about the child, can only be made by Him and His ex-girlfriend, as to what to do about it?

    Once, they can come to a joint decision or separated ideas, about the welfare of the child, then and only then can you and him make a decision on what you two want to do to handle the situation.

    What should we do? There is no right answer, anyone else can give you. All other people can do is present you with options.

    The choice is your's and his to make. And, I don't think I'm really qualified to even give options, because of the sensitive nature of what you have asked.

    Again, he loves you- but, I have many unanswered questions about your relationship, the pregnancy, time-frame and other things....which could be left out of any option I could give you.

    I know, I wasn't much help. But, I'm not one to butt into real relationships, even when asked, because the consequences can be devastating to a person's individual well being.

    I hope for you- things turn out alright. Best wishes.

  3. glorina profile image54
    glorinaposted 8 years ago

    Well, theres nothing else to do is to sacrifice, earlier the better.
    Leave your relationship from him and and start to find someone else who is truthful.
    Your boyfriend can no longer stay out of the situation even if he is not going to marry the woman. He is the father and have an obligation for the coming baby, whether he like it or not.
    That was what happened with my first love and I dont have regrets at all!

  4. beatmakersnet profile image61
    beatmakersnetposted 4 years ago

    you should probably run a hundred miles in the opposite direction and leave this mess behind

  5. sickdub profile image61
    sickdubposted 4 years ago

    you can talk to him and try and work out a compromise that works for everyone involved

  6. profile image54
    skytreeroadposted 4 years ago

    If he knows the baby is his he needs to take care of her during the pregnancy. He can still be with you. Just remember to sign up for Maury show a couple of weeks after the birth to be sure it is his and that she knows that you are staying in the picture. You need to know that is 18 years of commitment for him, that it is a mandatory commitment to that child, and that child will win his heart real fast.

  7. profile image55
    Chloe2014posted 3 years ago

    What a mess ): if it were me as hard as it would be i'd have to leave, maybe take a step back be friends but at the same time keep your distance. he will always have to be there for his child and the mother. it's completely up to you though no one should encourage you to do anything you don't want. Just ask yourself what you want. Good luck!

 
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