However, I don't believe her and my ex’s relationship will be long-lasting.I suspect Kelly is simply dating him to alleviate her crushing loneliness. Do I kick her out of my wedding and never speak to her again?
I hope it’s normal and I am not weird for feeling this way. On a side note, I have no idea how old you are, but a friend of mine had twins at 47, so I hope that gives you hope for the future, if you still want kids. Feeling that kind of hatred only makes you feel worse, because no one wants to be that kind of person, right? That’s not easy to do, but here are a few things you can do.
I wouldn’t feel hatred if I were you, I’d feel like I just won the lottery!
But I secretly want to flip him off and ram his truck with my car. When he was with his first wife they had children together and he had a vasectomy.
While we were dating we had a heart to heart and I told him I really wanted to be a mom.
But then, you’re about to begin a new chapter of your life. Sit her down and tell her that, while you’re far from thrilled by the news, it’s her life. Also, if she still wants to be in your wedding, you’re happy to have her. Though you have to be honest and admit that your fiancé finds the whole thing really uncomfortable.
Why waste mental energy getting worked up about the past? But I guess my feeling is that if Kelly wants him, she can have him. That doesn’t mean you have to cheer them on, or embrace her as a close friend right now. My guess is that she’ll back out of the bridesmaid lineup but still come to the ceremony and party.
Dear NFOTHY, Well, at least he didn’t leave you for a younger woman?
But really, I agree, one doesn’t ideally want one’s bridesmaid to be dating one’s ex-husband. All you ask is that she not talk about him in front of you, since he caused a great deal of pain in your life.
She’s been distant as of late, which I chalked up to a hectic work schedule.