Hello all. I wish you all the best for reading my letter. My husband and I have been married for three years. Now we have a beautiful two-year-old son.
My husband is a good person who forgives sometimes and has nothing to complain about, except for a little laziness. The main thing is that I am my husband’s second wife.
Two years before he met me, my husband divorced his wife, whom he had been living with for three years. They have a daughter among them.
It has been almost five or six years since I met my daughter, even though I give her allowance. Sometimes I feel sorry for my husband.
At first, he didn’t talk to me very often, but once in a while, when my daughter grows up and comes to visit her father, he says that he will help me as much as he can in terms of school and culture.
Then, when I asked her to meet her daughter, she replied that she didn’t want to cry. Moreover, she was afraid of her in-laws’ words, and she said that she was tired of doing it.
I don’t know, but it seems that the former in-laws are still harassing me by talking on the phone sometimes.
I don’t even know that my husband left the house when we divorced, sometimes it’s as if someone’s husband has taken him away, and it’s difficult because he can’t even post pictures of his children on Facebook.
Well, he is fine, but I feel sorry for his daughter too. Poor thing, he doesn’t even know that his father exists and always thinks about him. How much the father cares for the girl child.
At least, how society is now, who knows, having a father is difficult for a girl. Even if we break up due to disagreements, thinking about his children, he will think that his ex-wife can’t let him see her every now and then.
Once, I accidentally read a message he wrote to a bailiff. “I will pay my alimony on time, tell my ex-wife that I am in charge, otherwise, I am afraid that my wife will come to my child and make a fuss about me,” he wrote.
Thinking about my son and I, it seemed that we might never meet again. But since my husband’s first child was born, he must have been saddened by it. How can we make a girl and her father meet…