Do you think he will come back?
Most Helpful Guy
I'm going to use a perfect example of my own experience. My wife treats me the same way, minus the cheating, (though I have my doubts). She calls me names, belittles me constantly. A friend mother told her, the second time she ever met her, that if she doesn't start treating me better, and respecting me, then I'm going to end up finding someone who does. And now guess what? I'm about to divorce my wife because someone came along who DOES treat me well. She's respectful to me, and lifts me up, not breaks me down. I gave my wife four years to change. FOUR YEARS. Those four years are wasted. If you don't change yourself, if you don't show him that you are making an effort to change the way you treat him, he will NEVER come back to you. Just show him the respect that a man deserves. And show him the respect that his fiancee ought to show him. Because you are already showing how you'll be as a wife. You can come back from this, but it will take time. Ask him if he would be willing to talk to you one on one, and with a counselor. Lord knows you need it. And don't use the baby as a tool, or the family. That isn't fair, because he will feel as though you are trying to trap him. He may not feel that way at first, but eventually he will resent you and will feel like you trapped into being somewhere he does not want to be.0
Most Helpful Girl
Honestly no you destroyed everything. Plus letting a guy in the home that you two share thats just I can't even say. I honestly think he's hurt now because he do care but he will strengthen up and continue to see his kid. You and him are done.1