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A relationship is like having a toothache it is a pain that never goes away Having a significant other is all well and good until the relationship goes south I should have thought first before jumping into a serious relationship that shows early signs of failure I did not listen to the little voice in the back of my head saying no this is not the one Not doing so can ruin lifelong happiness Instead of thinking I went along with the situation because we had children assuming our relationship would work out My relationship with my fiance failed because of him not helping with our children not being trustworthy and failing to communicate First of all our children are most important factor in our relationship Being helpful with our kids was something that my fiance did not do My fiance refused to make dinner refused to give out baths and declined to read bedtime stories for our children His excuse was that he was too tired to help he said that he works too hard at work not to come home to work all over again Another senseless act my fiance showed very little interest in our children Meaning when the children wanted to interact with him he made up excuses on why he could not interact back with the children My fiances neglectful attitude caused all of the responsible to fall on me I had to step in and be a mother and a father to our children Taking care of house whole duties like cooking washing and pampering childrens needs Picking up the slack of my fiances half of responsibilities made the relationship stressful and drove the relationship down the drain Secondly another reason for our failed relationship was my fiance not being trustworthy As a start my fiances mother lied to him so much that this led him to be
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