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    Honestly I've never been called controlling ever. I'm friends with a few ex girlfriend's and I asked them the question if I was. The answer was no.

    I wish I could talk to her but she had totally shut me out. I'm not a perfect person but my heart and I put her first all the time . And this was our first disagreement. I just dont get it.

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    I still believe there's another man in the picture somewhere.

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    I have to ask why you allowed a woman with children to move in with you, while she's still married and going through a divorce? I can't imagine how confusing this is to her children!

    Either way, you dodged a bullet, (imo).

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    She has been separated for a year and trust me I'm very respectful of kids. I made sure it was 100% before I allowed them to move in. I truly believed this was it and she said the same. I just dont get it. Maybe I never will

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    It's taken me close to 10 years to be able to trust like I did and commit to having someone move in with me. Now I knows why I can't trust

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    She moved out over the first argument? How long were you together? The best couples have only a handful of arguments a year, but to break up with the first argument? - she's crazy. You dodged a bullet.

    Edit: okay, I read farther down....... she was separated for only a year? That's not long enough - she's probably on the rebound, still hurt from the separation and not ready to love another again. It can take 1 to 1.5 years for every five years they were married for a person to get over it. It's a form of temporary crazy.

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    Originally Posted by Gary Snyder
    She moved out over the first argument? How long were you together? The best couples have only a handful of arguments a year, but to break up with the first argument? - she's crazy. You dodged a bullet.

    Edit: okay, I read farther down....... she was separated for only a year? That's not long enough - she's probably on the rebound, still hurt from the separation and not ready to love another again. It can take 1 to 1.5 years for every five years they were married for a person to get over it. It's a form of temporary crazy.
    Yes only a year but I new this and all I did was supported her and just days before planned a big family vacation with my family and nephews. It really sucks I trusted her. It took me many many years to be able to do this again. Why because I thought it was right.

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    Originally Posted by To nice
    It's taken me close to 10 years to be able to trust like I did and commit to having someone move in with me. Now I knows why I can't trust
    Why would you move her in when you haven't even been with her past one year. You were still in the honeymoon stage. I'm thinking you were a rebound if she's only been separated for a year.

    Personally I think you should keep yourself well away from women that will introduce you to their children so early on in a relationship. There is usually, more times than not, something not quite right with woman (or men) that will do that. If nothing else, they are self-absorbed and are only thinking about themselves or; they are users who will jump on an opportunity. Did you have her contribute to the household expenses or did she live there scott free?

    Sorry you're hurting. Hopefully you will be able to learn something so that you go forward with that much more dating savvy that will protect you from jumping in too soon.

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    Originally Posted by ThatwasThen
    Why would you move her in when you haven't even been with her past one year. You were still in the honeymoon stage. I'm thinking you were a rebound if she's only been separated for a year.

    Personally I think you should keep yourself well away from women that will introduce you to their children so early on in a relationship. There is usually, more times than not, something not quite right with woman (or men) that will do that. If nothing else, they are self-absorbed and are only thinking about themselves or; they are users who will jump on an opportunity. Did you have her contribute to the household expenses or did she live there scott free?

    Sorry you're hurting. Hopefully you will be able to learn something so that you go forward with that much more dating savvy that will protect you from jumping in too soon.
    She left with owing me a good amount of money also:( and also took things out of the house while u was at work. The part with the kids. I've never had a chance to have them. I take kids very seriously. Like the part of them being introduced to me. I miss them very much also

    This whole thing just really hurts I dont know if there is someone else. Or if I was just being used. Its probably best i dont know. I dont understand how she could just look the other was so fast.

    I dont even want to go home. The house will be empty and I'm not good at this stuff

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    If she owes you money you better have something in writing or you can kiss it goodbye. If she's stolen other items then call the cops but how are you going to prove it?

    She sounds dodgy,I'd write this off as a loss if you got no evidence and a lesson harshly learnt.

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