Boyfriend made his ex-girl come to my home “

The Star (Jamaica) - - FRONT PAGE -

Dear Pas­tor My boyfriend and I re­cently got an ap­point­ment. I am over­seas work­ing so I am not home of­ten in Ja­maica, but I still share the bills with my boyfriend.

This man cheated on me and I have for­given him in the past, but this time he has gone too far with the cheat­ing game. I am on va­ca­tion for a few months, so we can be around each other, and as I turned my back the same week, his baby­mother came to my house, say­ing he was sick and he needed her help.

This time, she came back to my place and de­stroyed all my shoes. I asked my boyfriend over the phone how comes she knows where my house is. He said that she could never know where he lives and that she’s too crazy and can’t be trusted be­cause of the things she had done in the past that caused the re­la­tion­ship be­tween them to have failed.

Pas­tor, I just turned my back to visit my fam­ily, when he texted me and told me his baby­mother de­stroyed my things.

A feel­ing of be­trayal has now come over me be­cause I have done noth­ing emp­tied his pock­ets and tor­mented his life.

I was the one who got the apart­ment and gave him any­thing he needed. From we have been to­gether, I have never taken his money. He keeps say­ing I de­serve bet­ter, and he will set me free be­cause he knows where he has gone wrong. My boyfriend led me to be­lieve that his baby­mother didn’t know my apart­ment, but still, when I was away, he said she came there when he was sick to help him. He was only suf­fer­ing from a toothache and wants me to be­lieve she only came to help him.

CAN’T LOOK AT HIM

Pas­tor, I haven’t been back to my apart­ment from the time he texted me about his child’s mother com­ing there. I can’t man­age to look into this per­son’s face. I am young and beau­ti­ful, but men al­ways cheat on me. This man is the big­gest cheater. I feel I would kill this man if I should see him. This in­ci­dent is too ter­ri­ble and if she didn’t de­stroy my shoes, I wouldn’t know that she had been to my apart­ment.

I gave this man ev­ery­thing, and in re­turn, I re­ceived dis­grace. How can I heal my­self and stay from trou­ble, Pas­tor? I need your words of com­fort.

He wrote me say­ing that he wishes me ev­ery­thing that is good, but he is un­der stress and he wants me to find some­one who will give me what I de­serve and treat me right. He said that wher­ever he goes, his prob­lems fol­low him, and it does not ap­pear that both of us are go­ing to have a good re­la­tion­ship, so we should end it be­cause we are hav­ing too many prob­lems.

P. B. Dear P. B. This guy is not al­to­gether truth­ful. He should be very proud of you and treat you as a queen, but in­stead, his child’s mother is turn­ing his head in the wrong di­rec­tion and mak­ing a fool of him.

You should not con­tinue to have him as your lover. Take his own ad­vice and end the re­la­tion­ship with him. His child’s mother is a tyrant. Her con­duct is bad. If you were to con­tinue to have this man in your life, she will al­ways be fight­ing you. Let this man stay with her. You say that you are a beau­ti­ful girl. In due time, you will find an­other man. Just don’t throw your­self around.

Pas­tor

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