7 Yrs Into Our Relationship..am I Ready To Step It Up Or Mve On?

Well I started dating my bf when I was a freshman in h.s. (14) now I'm about to be 21 and I dnt know if I should stay wit him. We have a 2 year old daughter and we moved in together when she was born. I gave him my all I sneaked around with him when I was younger, sneaked him in, we did everything together! He wrote my papers I tried to help him financially but we also cheated on eachother. He went off to the military and came back and found out I cheated wit someone more than once. He made me feel like crap. He made me feel like if I was not worth it. Even thoguh he stayed wit me. 4 months later when I was 18 yrs old I got pregnant and we were both happy and scared for what my parents would say. They were upset bc they didn't know we were still together and specially after my oldest brother and him fought bc he found him in my room. And wit time my parents forgave us. He has cheated on me wit people chatting on sites like plentyoiffish many times recently and I gave him a chance chances I Should say. I cheated on him by talking to this guy shortly after that. 7 months later he does it again. We know we love eachother we even talked about marriage but what is there for us to do? We have so much history but now all we argue about him not giving me his all. Not makiing me a priority and playing basketball all the time! It kills me thaT he doesn't try to do something to show me love support and appreciation! He doesn't show me respect and caring! He doesn't work right now so I wouldn't expect any excuse for not showing me love. Should I brake up with him? Or should I try and work it out? I feel like I'm giving it all and he's just here.
dmendoza1309p8 dmendoza1309p8
18-21
1 Response Jul 16, 2010

If you were to end your 7 year relationship I would say it would probably be one of the hardest things you have ever done in your life, but at the end of the day your happiness should come first. If you are happy with your bf then great, if not then you need to do what is right for you otherwise there is the risk that you will end up miserable.