It's almost been 3 years. Now they are married, yet he is still playing tug of war with me. Telling me that we have to just work through and make sure it's going to work. Telling me that I can't be with anyone else. And at the same time telling me he is married now so we have to have boundaries. I'm a co-dependent, low self -esteem, Old lady who lives in the shoe, this I know. But how did I get from being the woman of the house to the other woman? And how do I gain the skills to not even have a title in this situation? To break free? I know that this situation is all wrong, but I don't know any techniques to make ME be the one to put an end to it and not wait for him. And honestly, I don't want HIM to.
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