I don't get something

United States
December 2, 2006 11:07pm CST
My Ex-wife and I are still pretty cloes we talk to each other alot. we do have reasons we have a child together and we talk mostly about him, but there are times that she pushes issues with me. Like right now she wants me to move to where she lives even though her work will have her away for atleast 10 more months. I don't understand why she is willing to pay for me to go there and take care of rent and all that while I get set up when she still will not be around our kid anymore than she is now. Plus now that she is remarried she wants to talk to me about her prolbems with her new husband. No, matter how cool we are this is somthing I don't want to know about.
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@sedel1027 (17854)
• United States
3 Dec 06
Maybe she thinks of you as a friend now and just think she can discuss anything with you. Have you told her that this bothers you? Even though her job keeps her away, she probably thinks that if you move there, she will be able to spend more time with your child because they are close by.
• United States
4 Dec 06
thatnks for the feed bak
@wmg2006 (5383)
• United States
20 Jan 07
My ex-husband wanted to do that too. He couldn't understand he could not have a wife and me too. He always used our son as the reason he needed to talk to me. I am so glad my son is now grown and he and I never need to talk again. You need to back away from her and only conduct business about your son with her. Start dating, get involved with someone else. Then she will back away too.
@sassyces (1604)
• Philippines
6 Dec 06
Maybe since you were once her husband, she finds it more comfotable talking to you about her problems than other people. If this openness of her bothers you, then why not tell her? She wouldn't know how you feel about her being open to you unless you tell her. And about her telling you of her problems with her husband, maybe she just needs someone to talk to or someone that will listen to her. having someone that you can confide with, in a way, lessens the burden of one's problems.