Ok....So if you read my story you will know what happened. My question is...it has been two years now since our divorce and I have noticed this, but I guess i want an opinion. When we are exchanging the kids (that sounds awful...like they are a piece of clothing), any how...when we talk he looks at the kids, or he will look at the ground, or look off. Every now and then he will look at me in the eyes when we talk, but not often. My mom even mentioned that he does that to her if he drops the kids off to her, which is not often, but every now and then. I guess I want to know..do I make him that sick that he can't look at me, does he hate me, does he feel guilty....What?
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