Ok, I don't want to sound as if woe is me and I don't want this to be long but here it goes. My mom has became best friends with my ex. She has her over for supper weekly and does things with her on the weekends. Also to top it off she is not setting a good example for my daughter by doing this. I called my mom last week and explained how this was making me feel and how it was making my fiance' feel. She straight out said that it didn't matter and she was going to do whatever she could to make her self happy and she is happy so that was it. I have been stable for weeks and happy as a lark and then wham all of the sudden this bothers me so much I can't stop thinking about it. Being bipolar is making it worse and I need guidance. I am lost in this situation and don't want to turn my back on either of them (mom daughter) but they are not making any attempts to talk to me whatsoever. I don't know what to do. Sorry for sounding like a pathetic person and asking for help. I have even joined another group on DS to try to research this situation and read what others are doing or dealing with but I can't do it anymore.
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