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By Tara Lynne Groth. Divorce is the end of a relationship, but how soon should divorced dads introduce the next relationship to their children? While co-parenting with their former spouse , adjusting to a new routine and establishing a separate household, dads may meet someone new whom they want to share their life and family with. Children are adjusting too, and introducing a significant other too soon — or someone who is not a positive influence — can have damaging psychological and emotional effects.

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My Ex-Husband’s Family Still Talks To Me – Women Share Their Stories

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I was married for 13 years before I finally cut ties with my ex and we got divorced. My ex-husband and I are great at co-parenting. I have full custody and he has visitation. I knew I would struggle financially and was prepared to give up my cell phone, cable TV, eating out, and even the possibility of having to move to a smaller house or apartment.

We moved our families from California to Utah together and used to do everything together vacations, outings, shopping, etc. As time went on, I noticed that my sister and her husband and kids still stayed pretty close to my ex. We had agreed that I would have the kids. As it got closer to Thanksgiving, I started worrying that my ex would be there. A few days before Thanksgiving, I text my sister to ask her if he would be there.

Two days before Thanksgiving, I text again and asked and let her know that if he was going to be there, the kids and I would not. She responded and told me that yes, he would be there.

That was one of the hardest Thanksgivings for me. The day before Thanksgiving, I went shopping and bought everything for Thanksgiving dinner. The kids and I spent the day at home together. We cooked together and had our own little dinner. This kind of thing has continued, and I have distanced myself from her and her family. About a year and a half after my divorce, my little sister and her husband decided to move from California to be closer to us.

I was beyond excited that I would have the chance to be close to my little sister, nieces, and new baby nephew. I was excited until I learned that they were moving into a house five doors down from my ex-husband. Since the move, my little sister has also gotten really close to my ex. He goes to her house during the holidays.

He invites them over for barbecues. They all carve pumpkins Halloween and build gingerbread houses Christmas together, etc. Soon after my little sister moved, my mom did too. Now, my two sisters, my mom, and I all live in the same town.

My ex has our kids every other weekend. Every time I pick them up, I hear the stories of what they did. He also has a girlfriend now. They all hang out together. Even though it hurts me badly to hear of all the things my ex, my kids, and my family do together all the time, I never say anything about it to my kids.

I wish they would just cut ties with my ex already. I listen to how my kids are developing a relationship with his girlfriend. I become unhappy and grouchy.

I feel like an emotional mess and cry any time I think about all of it. Am I unreasonable to want my family to cut ties with him and support me and my decision? I know the feeling, but if he is a good person, and your family cared about him, unless he did something crazy, there is nothing wrong with them being cordial with him. It will however become awkward when you meet someone and bring them around too.

And this is HER family, not his. That should be the major factor in this situation. Her ex husband is not entitled to them. She is. That is HER family. And is she bothering his family or overstepping? Your own family members should respect your privacy and your wishes and have no problem distancing themselves from your exes. If the ex who used to be in love with this person survived going their separate ways, then the family will get over it too. Not cool. Your ex sounds psycho, honestly.

First of all your sister is being unreasonable! No way girl! They not thinking about you, sounds like they want you to be in misery. Your sister needs to respect you, simple as that. Yes, unfortunately, some families never learned to be respectful to their siblings and siblings choices. I feel for you because my ex tried to destroy me in every way possible when we split 7 years ago.

He promoted lies and created a division between my sisters and myself with the help of my younger sister. To this day he now has befriended my last sister that I had connection to and to whom I was the closest.

If your family is healthy, they would nudge him along, however, when your siblings embrace him and continue the relationship they are disrespecting you and your choices. But the family members that go along with this maybe unconsciously participating and then you just need to let go. Sorry I know it hurts but that will change one day too. The family is beyond cordial. They are treating him as part of the family. That ends when they divorce. They can still be pleasant to him but that is all.

The family is way out of line. He is no longer part of the family. You see, I love my ex-wife and never wanted the divorce. I was clear if it was going to be divorce then she could take anything she wanted I never wanted to see her again.

I had to tell my family to choose. I was fine losing them since I was going to rebuild my life anyway. My family chose me.

A year later I get to travel the world with my daughterdaug have found a new wife while ex-wife reports to duty at Walmart every day. I guess sometimes things work out. My ex got my family in the divorce so I know exactly how you feel. The hurt stays and never goes away. I think family should support you. My ex is not blood and I feel whether or not they agree w my decision they should have been supportive. By this point he has them fooled but I pray one day it turns around.

And I do feel it is wrong all the way. Especially the first year. Your wounds are new. Why put the hurt in your face? Paying for the Ex lawyer is such a betrayal in my eyes. She is helping him fight against you?! Who does that? My family. My mother and my sister helped pay for his lawyer.

Now some want to reconnect but they just had him over for Christmas. With family like this, who needs enemies. This is proof right here. Im sorry for what ypu are going through, I also went through a divorce but I took the approach that I wouldnt expect my family nor my kids to take sides.

I invite him to birthdays along with his new wife and her 3 kids shes pregnant with a 4th that is his. It kills me to see him be more of a father to her kids than his own and i will never interfere with their time with their dad. On my side we were together for 11 years and for those 11 years he became a uncle and a brother and a friend my family still reaches out to him in hopes that he will keep a bond with them and their kids but he has chosen to keep a distance and the heart ache I have seen my family go through is very sad.

For me I can no longer have kids I wanted a dozen of them being a mom was the one thing and still is that im most confident in so after not being able to have more being a aunt was second best after the divorce that changed his family took his side and refuse to be a part of our life. It kills me to this day that just because we got a divorce his family turned on me. My kids ask about it they see it and it hurts them. Im still hurt he married a woman after 2 months together and they are having kids and hes not the active father i would like him to be.

I can see sending your ex to the depths of hell if he did something to hurt you or the kids but it seems like your ex is simply living his life just as he did before you cant be mad at him for overcoming the pain of divorce and keeping his heart where his family lies…in laws and all.

I think this is nuts. You come before him.

EX HUSBAND’S NEW GIRLFRIEND

Here's why your opinion doesn't matter Was I jealous? Actually, no. Not in the least. Items on his " how to move on " list?

Divorce can never be an easy thing, especially with kids involved. Divorce makes it incredibly tough for both spouses to move on with their lives.

No, this feeling is a completely different animal. She was playing Barbies and explaining why she hated each item of clothing I pulled from the basket. This dress was too long, this shirt too short, most every item far too scratchy. One was too orange. Basically, it was a typical Sunday morning.

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My ex and I split up five years ago. We have a year-old daughter. Although the separation was difficult, we have always communicated in a friendly, positive manner, reached co-parenting decisions together, and rarely had any disagreements over raising our child. Eight months ago, my ex met someone new and I was happy for him. She has now begun to make demands on my ex in relation to our time together as a family.

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