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Baller Mail: “My Husband Treats My Daughter From A Previous Relationship Differently From The Children We Have Together. Should I Leave or Wait For A Change?”

If you’re going through a tough time-whether its with your relationship, your career, or just life, Baller Alert is here to give you some advice. While it can be hard to talk to family and friends out of fear of being judged, we are here to be that listening ear. If you want to remain anonymous or don’t mind putting your business on front street, our followers will always give you the real deal and tell you what you need to know. If you would like some ballerific advice from our followers, DM your questions to @peachkyss or email at Peachkyss@balleralert.com.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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“Okay I have a question for baller alert but I would like to remain anonymous, I’ve been married for 5 years and we have 3 kids together & I have a daughter from a previous relationship. My husband treated my daughter like his by giving her attention , buying her things up until I had our daughter together. We’ve been with each other since my daughter was 11 months old. & when I ask him why he treats her different he says it’s her behavior or because he can’t feel the same way about her as he feels for his own. He only wants her to be disciplined and not the other kids, should I leave him ? Or should I wait for a change? Because I know my daughter can feel the different treatment”
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What advice would you give our reader?

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2 comments

  1. Well here is another example of why if you got a kid(s) you should only date someone else with kids. Neither of you knew how his emotions and thoughts would change after having his own. You can’t make him love and accept this other man’s child no matter what you say or do! Even if she was there from the beginning. Where is her dad? He might also be feeling the burden of having to support a FULL house; does your daughter’s dad pay child support?
    Sounds like you made a classic mistake no single mother will admit to. Got pregnant by a guy, it didn’t work out, found another man real quick like, had your mind and hopes on one thing and forgot about the real, now that reality is setting in you are waking up from this dreamland you been in. Well baby, stuff is too late! You created 3 lives with this man. Now you have to choose what is best for your family and your family IS divided! There are so many ways this could play out. My first suggestion is for you to tie your tubes; after that all this is on you to make better and it’s an everyday job. Adding more kids will not make any of this any easier, good luck!

    • That’s terrible advice!! Tie her tubes? The issue is whether she should leave or go. Not a decision that should ever involve surgery! Besides as the husband, doesn’t he have input in such a decision? That would create more problems.

      As to the lady in distress, talk to him and express to him in no uncertain terms how you feel. Ask him if your relationship does not work out and for some reason he is not able to fulfill his duties as a father, would he like his biological children to be treated the way he is treating her? Offer to go to counselling. Work with him however you can. From your letter, all is not lost. Also, ask yourself, does your daughter have a bad attitude or is it because she knows there is a difference in treatment between her and siblings? In addition, as the other poster said, where is her bio dad? If he has tried to be a father, foster that relationship between them.

      However, if this does not work, you have to seriously think of leaving with all the children. Let your husband fend for himself. NO SURGERY!!!

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