He apologsied, actually cried over how he treated me in my pregnancy. Said he hated contact with me because he was so terrified of the baby and what that entailed. He resented me. Noe he says he's grateful to me because our son is the most important and special thing in the world to him. There were a lot of tears in this conversation! He held me and acknowledged how awful he'd been. I'm so lost, he said I'll always be special to him but he'd rather me move on and risk him regretting not trying again than me living with hope and it not happening. Then we kissed and cried and fell asleep. It 's all so sad. I just want him back, I want me him and our son to be a family. He says he 'does n't want to yet' and doesn't know if he ever will. I'm so glad he's a great dad but can't stop the sadness that he doesn't want to be with me.
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