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Wedding is off.. Moved back home..

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My fiance.. ex-fiance.. called off the wedding. I had come home for 2 weeks to dog/house sit for my parents. My dog had cancer and no one could be with her at all times. My dog sadly passed away 3 days after my parents returned from their trip. Anyways, we had been fighting/arguing since I had come home. He had been going out every night since I had left..he spent almost $1000 in less than a week. Keep in mind that we have a 7 month old daughter, HAD a wedding in a month, and we were supposed to be moving back to Ontario (where I am now) right after the wedding. I let it go and tried to just forget about it until I got home. Well 2 days before I was to return home to my fiance.. we got into another fight. I had asked him to get a babysitter a month ago for St.Patty's Day.. it was a friends bday and we really needed a night out to just relax and enjoy each other. He agreed and was excited... until Saturday when he txt me and told me that his mom couldn't babysit. I asked if he had asked anyone else.. he hadn't. I was a little annoyed.. so I asked his Aunt and she was so happy that I asked! Anyways.. we fought about it and he said he was done with fighting and done with us. He told everyone that the wedding was off and that was it.. He was mean and cruel all weekend. My parents cancelled my flight and my daughter and I planned on staying here. Monday I had to put my dog down as she had a stroke Sunday night. Sunday night.. Anthony had changed his tune and missed London (our daughter) & I and wanted us home. It was too late.. my dad & I had already made plans to drive to Alberta from Ontario to pick up all our things. Tuesday morning we left and got into Alberta Wednesday night.. went to our place and packed up.. Anthony helped. He said he was going to do everything in his power to get us back home with him. We left Thursday morning and got back home Saturday morning. Now our daughter & I are at my parents.. I have to go job hunting tomorrow. I am on maternity, but that's not enough to pay my bills. My life has been turned upside down and he has hurt so many people. I'm so confused.. I hate being here.. I want to be back with my little family.. I'm just miserable and trying to keep it together for my daughter. There are some parts I have left out of this story.. but these are the important parts.

 

I'm just so sad...

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OMG I am so sorry hun. Hang in there is will be ok just breath. You have a daughter to stay strong for. I left my ex husband just before my daughter turned one and moved back home with my parents. I know it can be tough but look at the big picture you have a beautiful child that will always look up to you! *HUGS*

 

I am also so sorry to hear about your dogs. Its tough to loose an animal sad.gif

 

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oh holy hell, that just BITES! i am sooo sad about your sweet dog, and i am so sad for you that everything seems to be crashing down at once. that has got to be so incredibly hard for you sad.gif

 

please keep us updated, im so glad you shared with us, thats what we are here for!!

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Ohh, I am terribly sorry that this happened. I know if may be hard to see the positive right now but at least you were able to see his true colors before you went thru with it. At least you have your parents who obviously love you dearly and are doing thier best to help you thru it. I am sending positive thoughts for you and your daughter and positive job thoughts as well.

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I am so sorry to hear everything you are going through. I have no words of wisdom to impart, but I will keep you in my thoughts and hope it all works out for the best.

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gosh, i am just so sorry. your fiance sounds like he got cold feet but is ready to move forward.

 

i have no words of advice but hope you both find some clarity in this situation.

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Oh No! So sorry. I hope everything works out for you. I have no fabulous words of wisdom for you but hope you know that if you need to vent or need any help the forum is here for you!

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I am sending you a { hug }. I hope that everything works out the way it should. I'm sorry you are going through this.

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Oh no, you must be a mess of emotions right now! It did sound like he got cold feet and took it to the extreme. Your wedding was so close, what a hassle on your guests and most importantly what a shock to you. Hang in there and thanks for sharing :)

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