where do I begin? I've been an emotional wreck lately. I have had all this time to think and contemplate myself and my life. In a summary Greg and I have only been together since april and the past month and a half has been spent with him locked up. I finally sat down and actually realy thought about my decisions and where my life might be heading with him. Even if he were to get released I don't think we would last long. I think I jumped head over heels into something I shouldn't have. I now have options to move forward in my life where as if I stay with him my life pretty much stops, I mean what am I thinking?! getting married to a guy i've only been with for three months, nearly two of those months being with him locked away?! I'm only 20 years old for crying out loud! I know the right thing for me to do is to say goodbye, to work on myself and get my life back together and tell him he needs to go back to Texas and be a father to his kid. but the hard part is getting myself to tell him goodbye. to be the one to deliver that devastating blow. he is in a realy crappy situation and I'm about to make it worse by removing myself from the picture because it's just whats best. I need help, I need advice. How do I do this? how do I break his heart?
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