This is a very depressing story. :(:( What I would do is call Nick; talk to him on the phone and just see how he's doing. If he yells at you so much as one time, say good bye and leave him in the past. If he doesn't, just talk everything out with him and see if he's a calmer, better person. If he is, start seeing him again; meet at coffee shops or some place casual where the two of you could just talk face to face about what you both feel. If he hasn't calm down from the last time you've seen him face to face, leave. If he says he's sorry for what he's done, and he asks for another chance, and you can see in his soul that he's really, truly sorry for what he's done to hurt you, and he's willing to make amends, let him. It will probably make both of you feel a lot better, and just go from there. I'm looking at things from his point of view right now (I'm in his shoes. Sorry), and I can feel that he's really in pain. Try to very, very slowly give him a second chance, and if he's mean to you so much as one, more, time, leave. Make arrangements for him to see the kids, but share your life with Matt. I pray that this helps you, and that you have a happy, healthy life, be it with Matt or Nick. Good luck, big sister. Love you.
There could never be a more beautiful you.
Don't buy the lies disguises and hoops they make you jump through.
You were made to fill a purpose that only you can do.
So there can never be a more beautiful you.
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