by breebree04January 25 at 12:35 PM
Good for you for moving on and doing whats best for your kids. Dont let him make you feel bad for that. No of it is your fault! He did all of this to himself, he just wants someone to blame. Stay strong and good luck with everything.
by mamalena137January 25 at 1:31 PM
I love how some people blame everyone else for their problems. I'm pretty sure you weren't forcing the alcohol down his throat or making get jobs at his dead end job. I just wish some adults would take responsiblity for their own actions. You have kids, you didn't ask to be his mother too. Sorry you have to deal with it.
by deltathreeJanuary 25 at 1:42 PM
I love how men never take responsibility for their actions & screw-ups. Sheesh! SMH!
January 25 at 3:01 PM
Big hug because that royally sucks, I'm sure you already know it's all his fault but hearing sometimes will make you feel better. Just do your best to ignore him unless you think it's imporant.
by LifeCafe42January 26 at 10:20 AMStay strong he needs a kick in the butt and start manning up
by Robsessed98January 26 at 11:17 AMObviously its noones fault but his own. Just ignore him and cut off all communication that isnt about the kids. Forget about him and move on.
by steviechickJanuary 30 at 1:53 PM
It's tough being the receiving end of an abuser's outbursts. I was married to a jerk like that. His anger was his constant companion whenever he thought everyone was 'out to get him'. We can't change one's behavior pattern. It's up to them. They DO know right from wrong. I have cut off all ties with my ex. He's even been blocked from my DD's phone as his abuse was out the wazoo. Until my ex CAN be a father to my DD he will remain cutt off from her. It's best to cut off your ex so he can't communicate with you. Don't talk to anyone that communicates with him as it's only going to hurt you in the long run. Continue to be an awesome mom for your kids.