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Boyfriend's ex girlfriend drama?

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3 years ago
Well, I'm 15 & I recently found out that I am pregnant. I'm due in the beginning of December. I do online schooling & my boyfriend lives with me. We want to keep the baby & raise it together but his ex girlfriend keeps trying to break us up. I just don't want to lose the father of my child. What should I do?

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3 years ago
If your boyfriend really wants to be with you, an exgirlfriend's crap is not going to be enough to break you up.Also, have you tried talking to her?  If not, try explaining to her that you guys are a family now and being pregnant, the stress she's creating is very unhealthy for the baby.Also, make sure you talk to your boyfriend about how you feel about his ex and how you feel that she's trying to interfere with your relationship.Good luck 
3 years ago
I am totally in the same position as you! Im a lil bit older than you but maybe I can help you out. My fiance was married b4 we got together and they had a daughter together. We have been together for 2 yrs and know his ex realized how good she had it and wants him back. We have not had the money to file 4 their divorce (paperwork has been done for 6 months) its just too expensive. Being as she put a restraining order on him under false accusations she cannot call him or come to our home but she filed for divorce to get his attention on her. If I were you I would call her and tell her that she needs to stop harrassing you and your family and that if she continues that you are going to get a restraing order. Just keep record of phone calls and txt message etc. and if she continues take them to your neighborhood police station and they will give you 1. If she still persists, again take the records to the police station and they will put a warrant out for her arrest. Harsh but you dont need the stress or a crazy b***h trying to mess with your family. Good luck hunny and I wish the best for you and your family!! Btw I have to say that I think its awesome that you are still taking care of your education :) so many young girls drop out and dont realize that without an education they arent giving their child the best they can. You are going to be a wonderful mommy!!
3 years ago
I am totally in the same position as you! Im a lil bit older than you but maybe I can help you out. My fiance was married b4 we got together and they had a daughter together. We have been together for 2 yrs and know his ex realized how good she had it and wants him back. We have not had the money to file 4 their divorce (paperwork has been done for 6 months) its just too expensive. Being as she put a restraining order on him under false accusations she cannot call him or come to our home but she filed for divorce to get his attention on her. If I were you I would call her and tell her that she needs to stop harrassing you and your family and that if she continues that you are going to get a restraing order. Just keep record of phone calls and txt message etc. and if she continues take them to your neighborhood police station and they will give you 1. If she still persists, again take the records to the police station and they will put a warrant out for her arrest. Harsh but you dont need the stress or a crazy b***h trying to mess with your family. Good luck hunny and I wish the best for you and your family!! Btw I have to say that I think its awesome that you are still taking care of your education :) so many young girls drop out and dont realize that without an education they arent giving their child the best they can. You are going to be a wonderful mommy!!

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