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Getting concerned about his behaviour..?

My partner lives abroad,I met him there and had his son back here in the Uk, we are due to go back Sat.. Ive raised him here for the first 8 months with no help from him at all, i have no family so its been v.hard and ive had a lot of other things to deal with too. He doesnt earn much,cant afford to fly here,but I always call him back, sent photos,scan pics etc,a t.shirt etc lately hes called a few times after hes been drinking,talking rubbish and being silly, the 2nd time he was rude to me and nasty,then said he was sorry the next day and didnt remember! I said, do it again, i wont talk to you.i dont deserve it. Then it was ok. But on Saturday,he phoned,drunk! I was at home,he heard the drier in the background (thought it was music?!) said I keep phoning you, you better not be out partying,leaving the baby? He kept saying that. I thought 1. I wouldnt, 2. You have a cheek questioning me and 3. Youre being rude again! I go sat, ive ignored him til today. We spoke briefly,he asked me to phone back, I said i couldnt (no money) he got funny,then i told him i wasnt happy with him,he told me he was joking about me partying? I said it didnt sound that way,he said he was! Then he either put the phone down or ran out of money. Im upset / in 2 minds. What wd u do? Thanks.

Asked By: Loh and sam S - 1/13/2011
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If someone is joking about something, then it is on their mind at least. He's worried, which is natural, but he's doing a poor job of expressing his concern. You're handling it admirably, not accepting unacceptable behavior. I also admire you for taking care of someone else's child. That is a noble thing to do... More
Answered By: Nels N - 1/13/2011
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