I dated a single mother of 3 for a year we were good friends for 2 years before that I fell in love with all 4 of them but unfortunately before we were together she lost custody of them because she could not financially support them and we were not together yet, any she then had to move 2 hours away with some family and we did the long distance thing but after a year she started to get close with some other guy she was 28 at the time and this loser was 19 im 24 at the time. I will admit I was not there for her like I should have been but that's because i was working 60 hours a week saving up for a car for her because her and eventually a house you know our future and that was wrong of me to neglect our present I understand that now. This guy that she is still with is a lying cheating thug he had cheated on her multiple times and let her down repeatedly while I have remained loyal and devoted to her and her children but the worst thing is that this pig tried to have sexual relations with a 14 year old while still dating my ex he was arrested and has become a registered sex offender but she is still with him I had told her she can not stay with him if she wants her children back from state custody but she insisted she is going to marry him and have both him and them. They were living together but he moved out she has never said why but I assume because she can't live with him and get them back and I know he is allowed no contact with children. I am kind loyal supportive and have never let her doen I have realized my mistakes that led to our break up and I have told her this but she refuses to move back home and give me another chance insisting that this pig has changed, I am succesful, come from a good family and can give her and her kids a great life that she could never have with out me so why won't she come to her senses and drop this loser and give us another chance she knows I can take care of her and his victim was only 4 years older than her daughter.
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You put yourself out there... If she can't choose a better path, you have to say farewell.
Some people know no other way than dysfunctional living. They subconsciously are drawn to the dysfunction. It's a cycle and it can be broken but she would have to be self aware to the point that she could see how awful thing s are and imagine how she wants them to become.
Therapy may help her.0
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