What to Do About One-Sided Relationships

In Advice and Encouragement, Dating, Relationships by Debra Fileta76 Comments

When I turned 30 this week, I wrote a post about some lessons I’ve learned over the past decade.  One of those lessons was to say no to one-way friendships.

But later in the week as I was reading through my True Love Dates emails, I noticed a similar trend.  Young men and women were reaching out with questions rooted in the same concept, but concerning their love life.  One email I received from a young lady went something like this…

I’ve been involved in this relationship for 5 years, and I’m starting to come to terms with reality that it isn’t much of a relationship at all.  I’ve been committed to him, but he hasn’t committed to me. 

One-Way Relationships: though they may be titled many different things within the world of counseling and psychology, that’s pretty much the easiest way to describe them. 

Like other relationships, one-way relationships consist of two people, except in one-way relationships only one person is doing the work.  It’s an unfortunate problem that even more unfortunately occurs far too often. 

The man who has been saying he loves you for years, but is never willing to commit…

The woman who avoids emotional intimacy by investing everything in her life and career and neglecting to invest in her relationship…

The guy who’s been calling, texting, and emailing you for months- but face to face acts like you don’t exist…

The girlfriend who keeps saying she’s done with all the other guys, but can never seem to keep those doors closed…

The boyfriend who wants to keep taking physically, but giving nothing back emotionally…

I could list a hundred examples, and I’m sure you could too.  But the bottom line about one-way relationships like the above, is that they are relationships in which one person always seems to be doing all the giving– the forgiving, the forgetting, the ignoring, the working through– while the other person seems to be doing all the taking.  

But the interesting thing about one-way relationships, is that no matter who is doing the giving or taking, it always takes two people to keep them going. 

One way relationships are always fueled by two people…which tells you something.

It tells you that behind every one-way relationship, there is another person who is giving too much, and expecting too little. A person who continues to make excuses.  A person who continues to see the relationship for what it could be, rather than what it actually is. 

If you’re stuck in a one-way dating relationship, you’ve got to dig deep and really ask yourself why?  Why is it that you allow for this kind of interaction to be a part of your life?  Why don’t you believe that you deserve better?  What are you afraid of?  What continues to fuel your desire to remain in a relationship that gives you so little, when you could open yourself up to receiving so much more? 

Remember, you have the power to teach people how they can and can’t treat you.  Maybe it’s time for some changes to happen.  Maybe it’s time to start living out the truth that you deserve God’s best for your life and relationships, and nothing less. 

Maybe, it’s time to say no, once and for all, to one-way relationships.  If not now, then when? 

**This article is written specifically for those in a dating relationship.  Advice and encouragement would be different concerning those in a marriage relationship.

Debra Fileta is a Professional Counselor, speaker, and author of True Love Dates: Your Indispensable Guide to Finding the Love of Your Life21 Days to Jump Start Your Love Life, and 21 Days to Pray For Your Love Life – where she writes candidly about dating, relationships, and how to find true love. You may also recognize her voice from her 150+ articles at Relevant Magazine or Crosswalk.com! She’s also the creator of this True Love Dates Blog!  Connect with her on Facebook or Twitter!

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Paul
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What an eye opener. This is the first bit of info on the internet that actually made sense. I found my wife kissing my best friend and wondered what I had done wrong. In simplistic terms, I have been in a one sided relationship for too long, over 24 years. The info has helped me see this. Why I was so blind not to see it before is beyond me. Perhaps love is truly blind. It is time I confronted my wife once and for all. Putting aside the betrayal of my former best friend, no wife who was truly… Read more »
UDUAK
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It is sad and unfortunate that your wife kissed your friend you clearly do not deserve that. But 24 years is a long time. And I want to believe she has some redeeming qualities. So perhaps you could have a talk with her and tell her how you feel and ask her what is lacking in you or in your marriage that gave room for such betrayal. Going forward you could also both see a professional marriage therapist. Call me old fashioned but I believe a good marriage is worth working out and fighting for. It’s not about right and… Read more »
Joe
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Yeah, that only works in movies when both people are trying to hit that pie in the sky target you just threw up there. If it’s one sided it’s one sided and it needs to end. There’s a limit to “working it out” and it ends when one partner shows how lazy and unchanging they can actually be. Guess what, I’M THE HUSBAND!

Risa
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@ Paul: I totally agree with what you said in your comment. I can’t entirely relate (as I’ve never been in a 24 year relationship, nor am I married) but its something that makes sense to me when I read it. You shouldn’t be going through that, you should be in better hands with someone else. You deserve someone who doesn’t cheat and loves you for you. I’m in a relationship where I feel its one-sided when my partner doesn’t see eye to eye when it comes to trust. I always put him first for everything, even down to the… Read more »
Sam
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What you have put has taken the words right out of my mouth yet I’m sat here now still trying to make excuses for him. I wish I knew what to do. I feel like I’m the bad one in this but I’ve never actually done anything wrong. I’ve forgiven abd forgot so many times and now I’m starting to wonder why I bothered. I do so much for him even after all his mistakes and he struggles to wash a plate whilst I’m working all day. I feel more like his mum.

Samantha
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Risa, you are me, only with a different name. Givin you posted in 2013, Can you tell me what eventually happened? I read your story and was amazed at how similar our stories and feelings are. I need help. I too give so much and receive so little when it comes to emotional support. I think my fiancé is cheating on me because every time I walk past the study I can see him quickly clicking off some screen in the reflection of a picture hanging in the hall, so I know not only does he allow me to generally… Read more »
cathy
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Hi i do believe I am involved in a one sided relationship but, want to get some advice. So we have been together for 1yr and 6mths both 37 both work m-f live 10 no kids for either of us. (he has never been involved a long term relationship longest it has been is 6mths. So we see each other 3 nights a week, i have been asking for more time with him but every time I do it causes a major fight and he claims that he feels like i think that he doesn’t do enough for me and… Read more »
Broken CC
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I Know Exactly How It Feels To Be in A One Sided Relationship I Felt Like I Was the only One fighting To make thing work I compromise I forgave him even though it wasn’t my fault Every time I seen him I was giving him something I cooked I washed his clothes He stopped coming over my house he stopped calling and texting He wanted me to live his life but at the same time didn’t want me a part of it either He made me feel like I was a horrible person Like all I wanted to do… Read more »
lissy
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Dear Broken. Bless you girl. I think we were seeing the same guy. It’s going to hurt, but you have to dump him. Mine acted the same way. Pulled away from me all of the time. I literally had to ask for affection. He never initiated sex. I even suspected that he might be gay. One of our mutual friends thought he was. He lived with a roommate and I was invited to his home once in three years. When his roommate was out of town. I got nosey one day and found him on Facebook, then ran into him… Read more »
MomsWorld
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It sounds like he has other activities he is involved in. I think when he fusses over something so trivial as wrinkling his sleeve…my God give me a break. To be honest I think he does that so he can use something so stupid to fight over so he will have a way out. He has a lot more going on if you want my opinion. I am no young chicken and have seen and heard them all. If a guy is the genuine type and has agreed he wants to settle down then that should be what your both… Read more »
Lacey
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Omg I hope if he hasn’t committed and changed things by now that you are out of this trap and unhealthy relationship!

alex
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That was great

Virginia
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It’s a care givers nature to provide love and respect for those we have a relationship with. However, this is not true for all people who cannot give the same. They don’t take care of themselves and/or incapable of loving deeply in return. If you think about it, the ‘taker’ is doing exactly what we’ve enabled them to be; by making everything available to them, whether emotional, financial or physical and while receiving very little in return. I fell for a one-sided relationship for 3 years, out of loneliness & I never considered it to be solid, nor convenient so… Read more »
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Andrea
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Brilliantly said Virginia. I’ve just faced the end of my relationship with my fiance and, through the hearbreak and soul searching, I am beginning to realise that I was in a one way relationship and I hadn’t truly admitted to it. I’ve done it before and didn’t realise that I was doing it again!

Carolin
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Similar to the author, I’m turning 30 this year. Now with the rise of social media, it’s easy for us to “check in” on guys we’ve dated or liked before. So, I… dropped in on their profiles. Nothing much to say about them except I find something in common among these guys I’d dated, had feelings for and still seeing; I invested my heart and soul so deeply that none of them actually did anything like that for me. I have a guy or two who I don’t have feelings for and did for me (rare cases) but they are… Read more »
bishopgoldy
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I am in a relationship where my partner said she thinks I’m with her because I’m lonely… I have to say that was one of the most hurtful things I have ever been told. I don’t think you will ever know how someone is thinking but if you take a step back from what you want the other person’s intentions become clear. I seriously agree with you because I don’t know what to do…… I just want to quit all together. I’m just exhausted from trying.

UDUAK
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People who tolerate one-sided relationships do so because they are emotional starved for affection and dread the desolation of breaking up and being totally alone. It hurts too much to be by themselves so they hang on for dear life regardless of the huge cost on their emotional health and self-esteem. SOLUTION? They need to bite the bullet, break up with the dead end parasitic partner and learn to be alone. It is not easy but it absolutely essential. Spend time with yourself and get to know who you are and what you really want in life and in a… Read more »
R B
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UDUAK – Wow!! I relate with your “emotionally starved for affection” (and affirmation, attention, etc.) description. I stayed in with her because she filled some deep neediness in me. It does hurt to be alone mid-life dealing with the consequences of my past (and recent) choices. I hung on but am paying the price currently. Ours wasn’t one-sided, I gave financially, emotionally, physically, etc. She gave financially, moral support, etc. But it seemed like there was an undercurrent in it all that it was all about her not US. I know I need to “get a life” and move on,… Read more »
Leann
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Unfortunately its true about one sided friendships – they suck the life out of you. You come across a charmer who makes you feel like caring for them. However in the end all you do is care and all thye do is take. There is no reciprocal feeling. I have nothing to gain from this but have allowed myself to go through this frustrating experience for a year, but when you confront them they cannot see any issues with their behaviour or provide a myriad of excuses for their actions. Sometimes its best to leave such people to their own… Read more »
MJ
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Important stuff, Debra. Thanks for helping people identify unhealthy behaviors!

Will be sharing this post with the Future Marriage University (FMU) community!

Ron
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very well put forth, Debra. This does help..I myself have been in a relationship for over 7 years..on-off types..it was good for initial 1year but then she started loosing interest like getting bored ..at that moment i accepted to go ahead and thought it to be minor fluctuation..but then she started taking me for granted and started ignoring me..i still kept accepting it for another one year..this moment i was like trying to hold her..assume things to be fine when they were not..she started telling me open lies..finally we broke up.she blocked me..i also lost interest gradually..forcing myself to hate… Read more »
Ron
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By another guy i mean a new guy..I know i can not accept her now..but feel wasted..I was completely committed to her, planned up everything as per her even when she said don’t…and in 10-20 days she is like..i never loved you..I am absolutely in love with new guy i m marrying to!..I was obsessed.

Bubbles
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im in a boring one sided relationship, where my girlfriend just want things to be done her way only. she talks when she wants, does things when she wants, im just bored, any tip or advice for me

Rachel
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Debra, I’m wondering how this applies to those of us who are dating a single parent… I’ve been seeing a man for three months now. We live thirty minutes apart. The first month we were both invested, he made to time see me, and vice versa, we texted and had phone dates on the weeks we couldn’t see each other face to face. Since then there’s been a shift. He has a young son and is trying to focus on him. I love that he’s so invested in his son, but at what point should I move on if I… Read more »
Sandy
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Oh, Man! Did I ever have to read this!!! I am in tears now! This is me right now, and it hurts so much! It truly does. I am used to be alone and finally, finally, I let my guard down and fooled around and fell head over heels in love; I have never felt like this in all my 40 plus years! Is it supposed to hurt? His actions just seemed so one sided to me. He got sick this week and I have been losing sleep and crying over him and praying and he finds out he is… Read more »
udbhav
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She was a very good friend of mine…since six years. But in the last two years, we are facing many problems when I told that I love her. She does not want a relationship. I do. I never wanted friendship. She always did. She does not want to lose me either. Neither do I. We are not able to find a way out for this. Please help us.

Adzi
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What a revelation of ones life, and one has been thinking. how do I define this kind of relationship, which somehow gets difficult to break. I have been is such a relationship for two years now, and in the process I have been a giver, emotionally, financially and materially. two cars are in his hands and he is not paying a cent towards them. Whenever I want to come out of the relationship he will sweet-talk me for that moment and I will fall into the same old trap. its so draining, but what really give me a challenge is… Read more »
Jo
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I dont know how to believe that I deserve better.

vanessa
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Hello Debra, Since i started following your posts, i have made tremendous progress in my relationship, and i bless God for you. I had all the signs i was in a wrong relationship but finally had the courage to trust in God and break it off after 5 years. I currently met a young man i am attracted to about a month ago but i just want to take it slow, how ever i keep wondering how fast is fast. I always wonder how long does it take to get to know one is ready to start a committed relationship… Read more »
Jessy
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Wow i have learned alot from this post and all the cooments.
Thankyou

Abby Breuklander
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Thank you so much for sharing, I can’t tell you how much I needed this!!

Jefferson
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I have been in a one sided relationship for a few months now, and I’m not stupid, I’m going to dump her. I have confronted her about it but she says I’m demanding and needy, that’s what they all say when you confront them. One thing that I have leaned I’m life is to trust your instincts like a 4 year old. If someone is dating you and they don’t text you, or call you and you always have to be the one who initiates conversations, don’t fool yourself, they do not love you. Love yourself enough to leave them… Read more »
kathy
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I stumbled yet upon another inspiring website that keeps my head screwed on straight. i often hear the phrase, “you teach someone how to treat you”. How do you teach someone you won’t accept certain behaviors without leaving everytime. It seems that method would create a real roller coaster relationship. I was in a relationship that lasted 14 years largely because I loved and forgave. He did treat me well at times, and like crap at times. How much imperfection is reasonable to tolerate? But mainly how do you “change” a person to treating you better without major drama and… Read more »
Tony
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I am in a one sided relationship. Or I was, I don’t really know. She’s broken up with me twice already and I’ve been stupid enough to let her control me so far. Now, I am only 16, and she is 18, and we’ve only been dating for two months, so I can see how you could judge me. Go ahead and judge. But I have invested so many hours, days of my own time for her. I’d been battling her depression, doing everything I can to help her. She doesn’t realize how much I have given up for her.… Read more »
Bethany
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Hi Debra I have a few questions, First off I’m only 17 and about to end my junior year in high school. I don’t know how you feel about dating that young or whatever but hopefully you can still help me. So for over a year now I’ve been dating a guy who is an amazing person. Our relationship has always been great but just the last couple of months though he has not been texting or calling and seems less interested in spending time at school. I asked him about it and he said he did not find it… Read more »
Jaky
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Wow for the fist time in my whole life felt like this article was talking directly to me.. but it’s not easy.. am married to a military guy, when he comes home dinner it’s ready. After diner he goes to sleep all day to wake up at 8 and go back to sleep at 9pm; the only time he kept awake was when we got a tv home he stood up till 9:20pm. We got distant to each other since everytime we argue he doesn’t care to fix the problem.. I have address the problem with him and he has… Read more »
kellie blow
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I don’t know what to do my boyfriend sees our relationship as one sided. I want to be with him tomorrow would be a year. Its easier to pour my feelings out into the open with him but he always tells me I only care about myself. Also have terrible mood swings and I hate that it gets in the way of our relationship. It hurts to see him hurt. What should I do?

Sandy
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I am with someone I have known over 40 years. High school sweethearts, went our own ways 25 years. Reconnected in 2001,best friends, talking about anything and everything ,did a couple of trips together, never slept together but hugged and kissed. In 2013 we actually became a couple in a relationship, very passionate,loving. As time has gone on, the affection ,intimacy, sex, has slowly gone,as it does sometimes. My concern is I moved in with him 10 months ago, sex is almost non existing, he does not reach out for me it is mostly initiated by me! He does not… Read more »
Peggy
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Wow your relationship sounds like mine, I’ve spent 14 years with a man that never touches me, we have sex 3 times a year, never cuddle or kiss, I am close to leaving, there is no love, it hurts so much, I’ve been rejected every time I inniciate anything, he has told me he loves me maybe 4 times in 14 years

Jack
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So I’ve been in this relationship with my girlfriend for let’s say about a month now, I feel like we’re in a one sided relationship.

I’m always the one that texts her first, she won’t start a conversation if I don’t start one with her first.

Even when we’re together in lunch together in school there’s this silence every time a conversation ends

I feel like I can fix this, I don’t want to give up on her, but reading this article, I might just give up than fixing this

brianna
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My partner and I have been together for going on 6 years now, and has cheated on me three times that Iknow of. I find myself always taking them back and trying to work through things and for a while they seem to work and then everything fall back apart now I find my partner is insensitive,Lack of Caring About Me, Argumentative, Angery, Shows Lack of Loving Acts or Words I feel I am No Longer Someone Special or Important And their is No Sex . I love my partner and was willing to do what ever I had to… Read more »
Samantha
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Me too, I have no idea what I’m doing. I think my partner of 14 yrs is having some sort of online affair. He has a history of doing this with his past wife and fiancé. I love so much and expect so little in return in the past. But now I want love, respect and at least some attention. How confusing is it all? I became so distraught the I am now on anti depressants and feeling like I have given up. I feel second rate, he laughs at me when we are in the shops and I get… Read more »
Bryant C
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Ive been married for 6 years we had alot in common, we loved rock/metal. we had both come from bad homes and relationships and we both didint have family that gave a shit bout us. I helped her out of her deep depression and anxiety, i showed her many joys of life. we had a party kind of relationship for the first 2 years. we were loyal and was never tempted, always honest with eachother. things was at their best but ( From day one i have been doing everything.) every date we had id plan out, how much for… Read more »
Kuor Patricia
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i dated a guy in 2011,i loved him with my all but he never care about me, he does not call or text and no support of any kind. he broke up with me in 2012 with the reason that, the parents never wanted him to marry from my tribe.i went through hell for so long. i tried dating but it non of my dates work because my for boyfriend was still occupying my heart. He came back for reconciliation and because of the fear that i might not be able to luv any man like i have loved him,… Read more »
Lacey
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Omg I know this but I guess I needed to read it. I hate I’m always the giver. My relationships always take from me and here I go again. Says he loves me and wants a future with me but he is there and I am here yet I’m the one doing all the work even in conversation. If I don’t bring us up, or moving together or our future it never comes up. It hurts to realize I’m in this yet again but I know what I need to do. Why is it hard to do it? I know… Read more »
Heather
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I’m always the giver, too. I always give a lot in the beginning, and end up getting dumped in less than a year. This has been going on since I was 26 and had my first love, and now I’m 41 and was dumped a few months ago by yet another jerk. I don’t believe any man has ever loved me, nor do I believe that any of them ever will. I seem to be a jerk magnet, when what I want more than anything is to be loved by a guy who will give back and commit to a… Read more »
fartun
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I feel you. I’m so soft and humble and my husband took advantage of me for that.

fartun
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Its hard i cant make someone to love me until i love myself. I feel you. I’m so soft and humble too and my husband took advantage of
me for that.

fartun
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Tank – I Can’t Make You L ove Me. i have been listening this song over a year.

Patrick
Guest

This is mind blowing.
I can’t thank you enough Debra.
Enough of the one sidedness to my relationship.

Shiwa
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I’ve been in a one-sided relationship for not very long (8 months). But In this short of time he were able to hurt me in any way you can imagine. And I couldn’t see clear. He cheated. I broke up with him, but he got me back. He said he’ll change but he treated me like I’m not allowed to express my feelings. He told me I was selfish to make him listen to my feelings, when I felt hurt by him. He could only see through his eyes. And he made me jealous on purpose. I never felt like… Read more »
Sissy
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I have been in a one sided relationship for 11 months, we hit it off perfectly, then 3 months into relationship he bought a house. It has been 8 months and he hasnt asked me over. I took him to Las Vegas for his birthday 2 weeks ago, he texts me but doesnt iniatiate us spending time together. He avoids my calls or texts when i start to push for better

steven
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Im a boy 23 years old and I think our relationship right now is one sided. Im in a relationship for almost 4 years. She was perfect when we met. I gave all possible efforts and love a boyfriend can give to her girl. Our relationship for me is awesome. We laughed together and cried together. But now, I tried to be strong and understand her in every situation but I failed. I did not stop putting an effort in our relationship but right now, I want to feel some efforts from her. I want to feel that she will… Read more »
thando
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thando im dating an older guy than me.its been 3 years now .i love him so much but i think its a one sided relationship.we live in the same area but we dont see each other often.that hurts me because i want to spend more time with him.i tried to put some sence to him but he says he likes spending time alone.if it happens that we are together he hardly talks he is only nice when we make love .no cuddling nothing.i dont think he loves me .we dont even go out .it is so hurting and draining me… Read more »
New sue
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Please look up Narcissist . All those terrible traits could be a Personality Disorder that only gets worse. Check it out, then get out. I wasted 30 years of my life.

Anthony Mastrandrea
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Excellent article on one way relationships. However more focus needs to be given to those who are the greatest victims, Men. I liken the situation to a doctor in the ER who has a patient with multiple serious medical problems. The doctor must decide which ones are the most serious. In terms of one way relationships men are by far more victimized. Just ask yourself what does society require as to who is to be the first one to initiate a relationship? Answer Men i.e. Can I buy you a drink, Can I have the next dance with you etc.… Read more »
Akia Harris
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It’s funny because I’ve been in a relationship for about 11 years worth this guy and it seems like there has only been about a handfull of times that I can truly say thatI’ve been happy… an yes there a children involved which makes me even sadder however I’ve noticed that I’m the one who is always forgiving or forgetting something that is done to me I also noticed that even though I do this he always is causing problems I’m so frustrated with the whole relationship it makes me not want to even continue our relationship he’s never wrong… Read more »
Dante
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In response to your comment. Dont give up on your own happiness. You do deserve it. Take a step back, breathe. Get your pride back. Get what you want. Take it. Scrape it out. Do whatever it takes. You are not ugly. You are not unwanted. If you need proof, we will run an experiment. Confidence is sexy and you should consider rebuilding and rediscovering yours. You are a good person, and a winner and you arent letting losers deprive you of what your heart desires. You are amazing and you won’t settle.

Lynn
Guest

Actually if you can delete the above lengthy comment and just give everyone who is hurting my Love and Prayers I’d be grateful❤️ Thank you so much!

anonymous
Guest
i feel like my man is the most amazing guy i have ever had a relationship with. we have been togethor for 19months, whenever we are in person – he treats me well with 100% attention, devotion, passion and great gentleman manners. when i talk or ask him things he listens kindly without jumping to self defence or to make me bow to him, (which i have found to be rare amongst men i have dated so far in my life).so when we arent togethor, which can be anywhere from 1/2 weeks to 6 weeks as we live 3.5 hrs… Read more »
Bani
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I love this Article,thanks so much. I am in love with someone but he changed,he believes that every girl that comes to him is because of his money. For real I love him but I have to let go now even after the whole respect and been submissive. It hurts

Pickle Jar
Guest
This has recently been the subject of the matter, and I feel horrible that my lover insists that the relationship is one sided. I have tried countless times to change to what he wants me to be but it’s made me feel much more horrible than it has to and I feel devastated. I love him and all but he’s been accusing me lately about all the things he doesn’t like that I do and I’ve never done that to him. It’s been over a year in the relationship and I’ve tried to care for him, I tell him that… Read more »
Ella
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My first relationship has just ended and it was one sided relationship. I was friend with the guy for a year then he found the opportunity of taking my virginity. I was in love with him but he told me that he is not interested in relationship so it didn’t go on but we still stayed close friends because we were in the same squad. Of course I was still in love with him and one night we were in Italy trip and I got drunk and we had sex again and I was hopeful this time. We continued for… Read more »
Alisha
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I’m struggling with the same issues in my relationship with my man soon to be x I had to go on this website to read and understand why I have put up with so much bs, I always have made him 1st and make sure all his needs are met when all he does is tell me that I owe him and that I’m the selfesh one he even pays his kids moms half portion of rent stating that its his kids rent and takes them groceries when. He doesnt do this at home, how blind ive been him telling… Read more »
Apples and Oranges
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I was in this same boat for 18 years. I compromised and totally lost myself. I had two beautiful children so I stayed longer in the marriage but he cheated and got caught and I kicked him out. He never came back to talk to me about it, he is just gone, he has stayed out of my and the kids lives. Just like that, it broke and still breaks my heart. So by his actions the marriage is over. It is the hardest experience and emotional pain I have ever felt and am going thru but in reading this… Read more »
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