my bfs ex is mental she thinks there getting back together because they have a kid together she will turn up at his house and sneak in his bed when he sleeping she makes it up they are still sleeping together he told me he doesn't have feeling for her loads of times I think if he would they would have got back together the thing is she causing problems for us she think that because he is with me that's why there not getting back but he really wouldn't go back with her even if i wasn't on the scene help me please
Leave now. Don't even stop to grab your shoes.
The drama isn't worth it.
Even if she is "sneaking" into his bed (because he has forgotten how to lock his doors and windows... and he doesn't call the police on her why?) then really do you need insane people in your life.
Your life needs not be a Jerry Springer show... move on.
I agree with Melissa.....
We told you the other day in another forum thread that you need to walk away.
Normal people in the real world always feel sorry for people that attempt to sexually assault them.
How old are you?
Once again, situations like this do not occur in normal people's lives. Leave now or resign yourself to a life that reads like a bad soap opera.
So...the other day his ex was pregnant (see thread above)....now they have a kid together......same gf? Or when you say they have a kid together, you're counting the unborn child?
You do realize you can love other people, right? Saying "but I love him" carries no weight.
Sure it carries weight.....the weight of the delusion things are going to get better.
We've told you what to do. Walk away. Don't let your "love" for him blind you. Seriously. You can love someone else that doesn't make you even have to think about these kinds of things.
Really. There are ways to stop someone from showing up at your house and getting into your bed when you're asleep (at least after the first time they pull that, if, in fact, that's what's really going on at all). Three words: Locks, restraining, orders. Three more words: breaking, and, entering. Your boyfriend wants this person there for whatever his reasons are. If he didn't she wouldn't keep showing up there.
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