He and my son had a few misunderstandings before. My son is only 16 and I feel the best place for him is home, but my boyfriend didn’t want that so he left.
My son is no saint but he’s my son, and in no way, shape or form would I give up on him.
Anyway a few weeks ago my boyfriend came back home when he heard that I was seeing someone else and professed his undying love for me. I took him back but deep inside I can’t forgive him for what he did, after being with this man for seven years and he had the heart to pickup everything he bought me and leave – not for something I did – but because of his foolish pride.
Knowing that I was faithful to him and he could do that to me, it kills me. My question to you is, did I do the right thing in taking him back?
Dear Confused: Why did you take this man back then asking what you should do? “Deep down” you haven’t forgiven him so why take him back? Your son is still there, and the problem hasn’t been resolved.
Worst, he took everything from you and abandoned you. Now, you meet someone new and instead of moving on with your life, you dump this other person, and take up back the garbage. I just cannot understand people’s logic.
Madam, you can’t move forward by going back into your negative past. Hence why you’re now stuck in a rut. I pray that you, him, your son can resolve this matter before it gets terribly wrong. But you could have avoided this situation. It was a blessing in disguise when he left you.
You need to rethink your decision.
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