In Love - or About To Divorce?
This guy has a "baby momma" who
he is still technically married to. They live in the same house, have a
son together already, and are expecting another baby in november. They
are recently split, and he's been dealing with some ptsd from the military
and a huge wave of betrayal from pretty much his whole life that he just
learned about that came from his own parents.
He says he loves her dearly
still, spends time almost every day with her, sleeps with her almost every
night, he's getting snipped because he doesn't want kids with anyone else
but her, they work together(his doing, he got her the job), and they both
have herpes because she got raped and he decided to share in her pain that
He claims he might try to date again later on, but anyone he finds
will have to deal with him living with her, coming second to her and their
children, and will have to be ok with him having herpes, ptsd, mommy and
daddy issues, that he works with her, and that he still loves her no matter
what and will always be there for her.
She also loves him unconditionally
and has always been there for him, as well. Does it sound like it's really
over between them as a couple, or is he just going through a really bad
patch and will stay with her after he gets through it?
Forgive me, but I have a suspicion you come from another planet.
Probably best to start with the obvious
You say they have split, but offer no detail; you also say he a number
of issues to work through, which may (or may not) have contributed to the
You also report:
- He says he loves her dearly
- spends time almost every day with her
- sleeps with her almost every night
- they work together
- he decided to share in her pain
- he still loves her no matter what
- She loves him unconditionally
- She has always been there for him
- They live in the same house
- They have a son together
- They are expecting
another baby in november
- he's getting snipped because he doesn't want kids with anyone else
You ask if it sound like it's really over between them as a couple.
The long answer is that it's possible, but you offer zero evidence to
support that - and twelve good reasons why it's probably not over.
The short answer is No.