Rather than holding him responsible, you have focused on the other women.Now after "checking" his texts, why did you confront the other women?I told him to stay with her and have this family as I don’t want to be any cause for them breaking up, but he told me there was no way he was staying with her because he can’t stand her.
I’m starting to fall for him, but there’s something that has been bothering me more and more.I thought that I’d moved on, but it seems I was still holding onto some kind of hope that we would end up back together. I keep thinking that he’s going to be an amazing father… I’ve always been thrilled for them, but for the first time I find myself not being able to look at their happy photos without feeling a pang of sadness for what I’ve lost. how do I stop being sad and let go of the future that I had created in my mind?Since this is a site for happy endings, I would love to hear stories of anyone who’s had to pick up the pieces and start all over.If the relationship is fairly new, you may decide that the ONLY way to handle such a blow is to simply bounce. However, if you choose to stay in a relationship where a child is the product of an affair (confirmed by a paternity test of course), there are a few things you need to consider in order to reconcile the relationship and move past the pain.After all, if he’s running around town cheating, and NOT using protection, you’d be better off leaving him…and saving yourself and your health in the process.