im almost 34 weeks pregnant, and my partner of 14 months left me on thursday. All he said to me was that he cant do this anymore, that he doesnt want to lead me on thinking something will happen when it wont and to find myself a new man, and then walked out. I was living with him at the time, when i spoke to him later that day he said he didnt love me and that he never would, that i deserve better than him. The stress put me into pre term labour. Luckily i got to the hosp and they stopped it, but they say im going to have baby in the next couple of weeks. This is all after he promised me he would never leave and blah blah blah. I moved out today when i got out of hospital, and even though i love him, i am not waiting for him am i making the right decision in not waiting for him to come back? or should i be trying to talk him into coming back for the sake of baby? I wont stop him from seeing baby, but i dont know if i can have him in my life for the next few weeks because he hurt me and what if seeing him puts me back into labour? Im so confused
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replied September 15th, 2008
First off!.. I can't believe no one wrote you back!... Second! leave him alone!!
I know it is easier said than done but what is best for you and YOUR child is to leave him alone pour all the love you would given to your childs father into your own child I promise you won't Hear your child say he "doesn't love and never will!"
so remain strong and know your kid is counting on you!... You do your best and GOD will do the rest!....
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