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Im in a relationship with a gy but his ex wants him back she comes over to see his son because the baby mom pass away 2yrs ago and the lady has been around for a few years now but now am in the picture so should he tell her to bug off or should she stay in the little ones life




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      Anne E wrote Jan 9, 2011
    • This depends- how old is the child?  Unless the child is 10 or older, I don’t think he/she is going to remember the ex-girlfriend and need her around.  Also unless the ex is respectful of you, she should be history. Given that she wants your boyfriend back, I doubt that she is very respectful.  It would probably be best for all concerned for her to move on.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Jan 10, 2011
    • If you and this guy are in a serious relationship now, it matters not in my opinion how old the child is, this womna needs to be gone, sit down and explain to the child that he has moved on and that YOU are in both his and the childs life now and the other woman no longer matters it is all about respect for all involved minus the other woman.




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      Msj wrote Jan 17, 2011
    • depends on if the little one is attached to her...




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      Nita P wrote Jan 24, 2012
    • let the woman see the child but make it quite clear to her that you and this man are in a relationship that does not involve her, and remind her of this often..it may also help to make it less possible for her to see the child




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