relationship advice (post new situation)
 
 
"another try?"
 
me and my ex were daing almost 2 years. if you don't count the little break-ups we've had, we've been together for 5 years.
i broke up with him in february, i saw him "flirting" with some girl on myspace. we've been broken up for a little over a month now, but still talk almost daily. i sort of question why he hasn't already asked me back out, yet i don't want to push things onto him.
i had a miscarriage in december. he says he wants children soon {he's almost 21} which doesn't bother me because i want to be a young mother. he says he wants to get married and for me to move into his house.
i know sometimes i'm a little ****y with him and i am trying to fix that.. but if we do decided to fix things,. i think i'll always wonder if he can be faithful, which is awful.. because he didn't actually *DO* anything. he has cheated on me though, when i was 15. is it worth it to try again?
 
posted by tiffany (age 19) on 3/20/2008 @7:39:24 PM •
 
Whoa..ok, Im not going to bs you, I dont know if you should get back with him or not, but I am going to tell you that having children at a young age is a bad idea. I was 19 when I got pregnant with my son who is now 2. My boyfriend left me and is now trying to fight me for custody and doesnt want to pay child suport and we argue ever time we're in contact. It's not good, and it's deffinately not a good thing for the boy we're suposed to be rasiing together. It's been really hard raising him alone, and my personal sugestions are don't get pregnant untill you know you're financialy and mentaly stable enough to do so. Even if your boyfriend doesnt leave you, make sure you can do it on your own anyway, just for those 'in case' things.
 
posted by Nicole (age 21) on 3/21/2008
 


 
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