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My roommate/ex- girlfriend, just found out she was pregnant. We struggle with what we are because of our past we are no longer a couple. We still sleep in the same bed are intimate together but no matter how much I try to fix and rekindle the relationship she doesn’t want to commit. She will spend time with me go out with me, sleep with me and have sex yet if a guy comes in the picture she changes and distances herself emotionally. Sex continues and if it isn’t going well with the guy she is close to me and comes to me with her complaints. So she was seeing this guy she was “in Love” with would have sex then come back and have sex with me. She found out she is pregnant, at first she said it had to be mine. Then as she thought more about it she thought it might have been his. I supported her either way but said that it very well could’ve been mine cause the time span we were having sex as well. She was all happy that I was supportive and was thinking of keeping the baby even though the other guy was pressuring her big to not keep it. Until the other night she asked how I would feel if it was his, I answered honestly and said I know that I would struggle at times with knowing it was a guys who was a dirt bag and that it was what I wanted with her when we were in a relationship. She got really upset at me that I said that saying things like I didn’t want you to raise the baby together and if I acted anything like that to the baby she would write her out of her life. She put me in my place as not or ever being the babies father. Although before this we talked as if I would be like or actually the father. I was offended by most of what she said as well as disregarding the fact I may actually be the father. I got no respect to that possiblity and talked to about it like she did with him which kinda pissed me off too. Not only did I support her with what she wanted to do but would’ve helped raise it like my own. Do I have the right to be upset? Should I have not been honest and said I would struggle at times? I’m not saying I wouldn’t love the baby but is it wrong to have times that I will struggle within myself about this?
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