11th March 2018 at 2:53 pm #55710SerenityParticipant
My ex has never been able to let Mother’s Day go without doing something nasty.
This year, rather than spend money on a card for my son to me for Mother’s Day ( I expect my son asked him for money to buy a card), he got my son to stick a photo on to a bit of card.
All well and good, but in the photo was the god which I lived and which he stole and proceeded to send me daily photos of until I blocked him.
He’s not allowed to contact me directly and so he uses a Mother’s Day card as a tool to be spiteful.
He was always jealous of how affectionate I was towards children and animals.
I hope you ladies are doing ok on what can be a difficult day for many x
11th March 2018 at 11:05 pm #55780White RoseParticipant
How petty is that and how contrived and cruel.
What I’m reading in your post, though, is a Serenity who is calm, showing she is resilient, a woman and who hasn’t let this get to her but who is frustrated by his immaturity!
I used to give my daughter extra pocket money around mothers day as I knew he’d not help her out – apart from getting the wilted reduced grotty crysanthemums (I HATE crysanthemums!!) for her to give me. All I ever wanted was a £1 bunch of daffodils and he never understood – she does though and I love her for it.
Sending hugs x*x
12th March 2018 at 4:40 am #55782TractorParticipant
I agree with whiterose you sound so in control pity the sad individual he is. You see it clear as day a pathetic sad man. Well done you for not letting it get to you x
12th March 2018 at 7:05 am #55789SerenityParticipant
Thank you both.
I realised that in my original post, I made typing errors.
I meant that he used a photo of the ‘dog’ which I loved- which he took- and it was the dog that he sent me photos of every day for months.
I hope that it was clear what I meant.
Thank you for your support. Yes, whereas in earlier times I was very upset every time he did nasty things like this and got very triggered, now I am
more able to laugh or put it down to his pathetic emotional immaturity.
It’s great that I have moved on a level.
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