reply to post by miniatus
Well, I guess so. It's not really a choice so much as a lack of options. I guess a little explanation is in order.
Okay, so we're very close. I'd never expressed my feelings towards her openly though, as I'm not the kind of person to break up a relationship.
Anyway, on the 4th, she sends me a message that she needs someone to talk to. I had nothing to do, so I figured I could at least have some company, as
I was in a bad spot emotionally.
She tells me how she'd thrown him out, she just needed someone to be there, which I can understand.
She asked me why I haven't been over to see her in a while. So I just up and told her that I didn't want to see her with him anymore. He really is
an awful person. He mentally and emotionally abuses her a lot. He uses her kids as leverage against her. Her kids are very attached to him, and he
uses that against her alot. He threatens to call Child Protective Services on her with a bunch of made up claims, but she is a good mother. Anyway, I
told her how I really felt about her, and she said that she'd felt the same way.
One thing led to another, and you know how this part goes, I won't go into details. I left that morning to go home and get some sleep. I came back
that evening and he was there. He's been there every day I've driven by since.
I don't know what to do. On one hand, I think he may have threatened her again, which makes me want to personally run him off. But, on the other
hand, what if he didn't? What if she's just gone back to him again like always?
Whether she wants to be with me or not. I don't want to see my friend go through that, but right now, her phone is broken and the only way I can get
a hold of her is to just go over there. But, if I go and he's there, I'm afraid of what I'll do to him. What can I do?