Aw Hun so sorry to hear that. I'm 5 weeks into breakup and it is easier but I am no ways over it. I still love him very much. What gets you through is that you need to for that little bambino in you, they need you. Also a sense of respect and dignity get you through it so hold your head up high. Cry when you need to. Try and keep busy. I don't know the INS and outs of your breakup so don't know of any contact etc u have with him at the mo but the best thing is to break all contact - it's so hard, I'm really struggling with that part but trying
Hang on in there. The days will become weeks then months and then you will have your baby. Come on here any time and pm me anytime too
hey i know what you going through my husband left 5 weeks ago, it hurts, and you go through every emotion, its the thought of my baby that keeps me going. iv not taken it well, i constantly texted him and now feel that i made a fool of myself and pushed him further way, i wish id taken everyone's advice and kept my self respect and my head held high, but it is hard, it will get easier though!
don't know the circumstances surrounding your break up, could he be scared of becoming a father?
you will get support here, there are others going through the same thing and we will help each other through
I know how hard this is too, i am not the greatest person when it comes to dealing with breakups. I have made it worse by, continuing to speak to him and letting him come round, doing the whole on off thing, i end up feeling the bad feelings of just breakingup every week. I would really try to be the bigger person and cut all contact, only speak to him when it is absolutely needed for the little one. Good luck
I split up with my babies dad when I was 7months pregnant. But it had been meaning to happen for a while. So when the time finally came I had no feelings for him anymore, so it was quite easy for me.
I think you just need to focus on you and your baby. And don't let it get you down. It will be hard but be strong for the sake of you both. You can do it. He's the one that's losing out on something special. Sod him.
I ended thinks with FOB after a few weeks of knowing I was pregnant. Sure you have your doubts and you feel completely alone but you have to realize that you don't need a man in your life to love your child and be happy. Try and focus on the little one inside your tum and stay positive. It's a hard and cold road to split up with someone you are having a child with but sometimes it's for the best hunny.
So sorry to hear all these others of us that are in the same boat. I don't know if my FOB is broken up with me, but I think so. He just stopped communicating. I am finding it very hard not to contact him and wondering what the right thing is to do. He stopped speaking to me one month ago and I made one attempt at seeing him about three weeks ago now. I am finding it very hard indeed and not knowing what to do still. But reading the other replies you have had it seems to be strong and stay away from them. I hope to hear things are on the up for you soon. In the mean time sending lots of hugs
I'm about to be going through this & sort of already am. My OH who is my world has just changed like overnight & is no longer the same with me, no phone calls at all , 1 sometimes 2 texts a day . Although nothing since wednesday now, Since being preg he's only been here 6days where as before he was here for 11 days at a time then home for 3 then back at mine for 11 etc etc, This was a planned preg & he couldn't wait to be a daddy but i feel so stupid for having gotten pregnant now when he clearly isn't interested. He was meant to be back here yesterday & as i expected...nothing.
Breaking my heart as i knew he was the one for me & i still think he is, He means the world to me & the thought of having his baby without him just upsets me more. I have a 3yr old boy who constantly asks where he is & when he's coming home which hurts again. Nothing i can do but admit we have/are ending (sobs uncontrollably)
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