Issue!!!: As long as I have known my fiance; this ex-wife has constantly texted and called (almost all day long!!!). My fiance and I both agree that it is really excessive and unnecessary. I will say that these "contact methods" never talk about anything inappropriate as far as her wanting him back or what not. But these texts are literally multiple novels about how he can't hide from her and how he will co-parent with her and talk to her anytime she wants. How she is a mother and deserves communication with him and she will not stop until she gets what she wants. My opinion is that she talks to her 6 year old everyday and unless it's a serious situation or emergency; there really is no need for my fiance and ex-wife to talk multiple times on a daily basis especially since she is beyond uncooperative. And also that she isn't entitled to anything but to see and talk to her daughter. 2 years later I am at my wits end!!! My fiance has definitely definitely tried every option to make it stop but with no success. Should I step in? What would you do? Any advice or input would help so much!
Most Helpful Guy
No, don't step in because it is out of your hands and only make things miserable for you only. What you should do is to try and ignore her. Other than that tell your husband/fiance that it you who he needs if he needs to talk about anything.
The woman is at fault because she left him but don't punish him because he must think that you are also becoming tired of him. He has to deal it three ways, your happiness, his daughter's happiness and his ex wife. You should to be friends with his ex-wife. maybe she and you get along.1
Most Helpful Girl
Don't step in. It isn't your place. And even if you step in with the best intentions you will look like the bad guy. It is very unwise to get involved in their issues especially when it involves a child. It doesn't end well. He chose to have a child with her and he has to put up with her until their daughter is at least 18. Support him and let him handle it. Any decision regarding her or their daughter is up to him.
However if his ex wife ever DIRECTLY disrespects you... You have every right to stand up for yourself in regards to that matter. But only if the altercation involves HER and YOU.2