Dear Anita, I will ask him when I’ve decided to talk to him, and I’ll then tell him what I want and compare and take things from there, I’m on this no contact with with him since yesterday morning and it’s hard but I’m keeping out and its helping me in ways like I didn’t shed any tears last night nor this morning when I woke.. so I sticking to that no contact.
Excellent, I am impressed by you, that you are sticking to your decision of no contact! After reading your post before last I thought that you were weakening your no-contact resolve because he interrupted it. I am pleased to read that you are respecting yourself, keep at it!
<p style=”text-align: left;”>Dear Anita, thank you, I am too, and I replied to him casually last night, where he doesn’t have to respond back. I definitely will keep at at. 🙂 its so nice to have someone to talk to, thank you reading and taking the time to respond to me I appreciate it highly.</p>
I’m fine thank you, we both decided that apart is not what we want so we taking things and he going to talk to his parents again let’s hope it’s positive but he also said if they still against it then we’ll find a way to be together, thank you checking in though
You are welcome, good to read back from you. Two weeks ago, on March 16, you wrote: “he has given up on me. I don’t think there’s a chance”. Now you are suggesting that he didn’t give up on you and that there is a chance. Why does he need his parents’ permission to be with you and your son, by the way… (some men do what they choose to do with or without their parents’ approval)?