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Hi this is my first time on here.I am 30 and I have tried my

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Hi this is my first time on here.I am 30 and I have tried my best to remain strong but I now realise that I need advise because I'm feeling so hopeless. My boyfriend who is also the father of my baby makes me feel so alone and insecure. He is a good guy but he makes me feel like he doesn't really want to make the effort to keep me holding on.He keeps telling me he wants this too but there is almost no affection from his side and he has even made me feel insecure about sex. I am frustrated in every way possible and I don't know how to tell him or make him see that he is really hurting me. I am in love with him and I do love him but he isn't letting me into his life like I thought he would. I don't want to have my son grow up without his dad around and they do have a beautiful bond but I'm drowning in loneliness and it feels like my self esteem has flatlined.I hope someone can relate and share what they did to get through this.

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Oct 10

@Minja Suggestion: When you're ready to confront him try not to be emotional. Try to be clear and concise about what you need and want from him going forward. Try not to let him manipulate the conversation and make it about other stuff. Keep it as simple and straightforward as possible.

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Oct 10

Goodness me...it's like you know! He is a master manipulator. He will always turn everything against me.I always end up feeling like the guilty one. Have you also had an experience with a person like this and if so what.dis you do to get through to them?

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Oct 10

@Minja Unfortunately, you can't get through to them. It's like no matter how simple and straightforward you state your case, they confuse the issues with a lot of nonsense. If this is what you are dealing with, I'd suggest a couples counselor. Might help. Might not.

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