CurlyBlonde Posted February 16, 2018 Share Posted February 16, 2018 Should he remove his exes Netflix access? Background: Was dating a guy and made plans to have a baby with the agreement I would be the primary caretaker. He then moved interstate for work. I drove 6 hours to see him and tell him my pregnancy news but I arrived to find open condom wrappers beside his bed yet he was talking about having me move in w him when the baby was born. We left on bad terms and I waited for him to reach out and make amends. Instead, he happily continued dating probably this same person and before I know it he is telling me he has “met someone” and is in a relationship and made no effort to reconcile. I had the loneliest and saddest pregnancy ever. Of course his dalliance fizzled meanwhile after much thought plus counselling I agreed to have him be at the baby shower and birth. Things took off amazingly well from here. Lots of time together, sharing the joy our baby brings, we’ve met each others families and shared xmas etc together, he makes regular trips and I stay with him for weeks at a time. His mum has come and stayed with me - he has gone above and beyond - it’s all happy families because of this baby. It hasn’t been easy for me in some aspects. There are always reminders of this “other woman” and I get super angry. Every time he turns on Netflix I see his own account, another girl friends account, his mums account and this girls account. The dirty nickname he has given her account indicates she was a tart. I’ve made it clear I am not thrilled about it. This week I’ve asked him if he has deleted it yet and he was like “What? No!” Yesterday I explained that seeing her “name” every time he turns on the TV is a reminder of everything and it makes me angry. He hasn’t done anything about it or said he would do anything about it. He could at least change it to say “guest access” instead of her dirty name. Should I outright ask him to delete her account? Am I out of line here? Link to comment
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