I haven't been to this site in a while, I think because I wanted to believe that things were finally going good for me and my now ex-boyfriend. I recently found out that he has had a child with his son's mother while we were together. Now instead of having one child a boy with her now they also have a daughter. I had to find out by snooping through some of his things. After he decided to leave treatment. He was there a year and a half. He left and did not finish the program. I really thought he would but then when he came back to stay wiht me things were awful. We constently fought over the paternity of this child that he said was not his, come to find out she is. The child is going to be one in november and we have been together for four years. He slept with his son's mom the night before he had to go to treatment. He did admit to me that he went and got high one last time before going to treatment. His son's mom smokes crack aswell. To make things more worse I was in the hospital at this time. So I think he had her in my house and god only knows what els. I can not deal with this so I ended it with him. I can't say it went over very well. I ended up with a black eye and he ended up with a busted lip. but I'll take that black eye if it means I am finished dealing with him.
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