Does anyone ever get the feeling that your soon to be ex is being nice to you, just because he thinks youll give him a break on child support payments? The words, I f#$%in hate you and talking to you was the biggest mistake Ive ever made have come out of his mouth. Then two minutes/hours/days later he says hes sorry, he just said those things because he was angry. I mean today he sent me an email wishing me a good rest of the day, blah, blah, blah. Someone tell me please, do they change their tune once the money starts coming out of the paycheck? (Keep in mind, he was the one who cheated. He pays all expenses for me right now, while living at his parents house. The only thing I pay for are my groceries, gas and daycare. The mortgage, utilities, insurance, etc. are all paid by him) He has made it clear he will come back if I really want him to, but hes not gonna change (which he knows I wont take him back if things dont change). Just wondering if all this nicey, nicey stuff is over on D-day. Can someone shed some light on befores and afters. Thanks.
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