we have been wed 19 yrs, together 22, very happy until 3 weeks ago when his ex g/f found him on F/R and got in touch, she then told him that she had had a baby which was stillborn, after they split but she is his. we have had to come to terms with this as a couple. we went to see her, and released balloons on the beach for him to say goodbye, it wasnt too bad. however the proble is now they want to stay friends, which im sort of ok with now, but she keeps texting him and asking him to ring her, which he is doing. they also chat on msn,i am trying to be friends with her,but i am having real problems with the phone calls every day. i have told him how i feel, and there have been many tears and tantrums. i just feel that she wants more than he should be giving, he says he doesnt ring her every day, but to me only missing one or two days a week isnt enough. i have told him that he should tell her he is not going to keep ringing her, but for whatever reason he wont. i dont want to give up on this marriage cos it means so much to me and until this we have always bhad a good marriage.i would welcome any suggestions, i have looked for support groups but there isnt any suitable, as he hasnt had an affair, or anything like that. i dont know if anyone else has ever experienced something like this.
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