She Broke Up With Her Boyfriend After He Tried To Propose To Her In Walmart In Front Of His Daughter, Even Though She Made It Clear That She Never Wanted To Get Married Again

Studio Romantic - - illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

This 44-year-old woman has been in a relationship with her boyfriend, 38, for a bit more than a year. Before committing to each other exclusively, they talked about how they envisioned their futures to ensure they were on the same page.

“I’ve been married twice. Both marriages ended badly, and I told him I had no intention of ever getting married again,” she said.

Her boyfriend was married once, and his marriage didn’t end on good terms. She has three children, and her two oldest are adults living with their respective significant others. Her youngest child is 16 and still lives with her at home.

Meanwhile, her boyfriend has an 11-year-old son and a 9-year-old daughter. Since her children are all older, she has more free time to live independently, while her boyfriend can’t because his children are so young. She was comfortable being introduced to her boyfriend’s children and befriending them but didn’t want to assume a parental role.

“He started referring to me as their mom. I told him he shouldn’t say things like that. He kept saying he would marry me and referring to me as his fiancée. Again, I told him not to say this,” she explained.

Throughout the entire time they’ve been dating, her boyfriend has only come to her house four times. Whenever she invites him over, he always makes excuses for why he can’t. He usually tells her he doesn’t have anyone to care for his children while he’s gone, even though he lives with his mom, who he could probably rely on to watch them.

Because her boyfriend hardly ever came to her house, she drove 40 minutes to his house. Every time they went on dates together, they had to drive her vehicle because her boyfriend always said he didn’t have enough gas in his car.

She found this strange because he earns a higher salary than she does, so she didn’t understand why he wouldn’t fill up his car. Last week, she, her boyfriend, and his daughter went to Walmart because she needed to buy some items for her home.

“When he pulls over to the jewelry counter, pins me up against the counter, and tells me to pick one. I tell him no; I don’t want a ring. We go back and forth, and I finally get free,” she shared.

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