Well, my story started about 10 years ago when I thought I met the man of my dreams, my forever partner. I thought I was going to have the fairy tale we all dream about when being little, but nope I got the monster flick.

He started out to be loving, caring and protective. We dated for about 5 years prior to our first born. Then everything changed. At this point in time he developed a bad drug habbit, and was abusive towards me. Since I have no family here, (being from Poland) I stayed as I thought he would change and maybe grow up, and stop smoking the “ICE”.

Well he stopped for about a year and then I fell pregnant again. But this time I was stronger and I was not going to allow to be treated like nothing. So when he came at me last, I knew I needed to get out as i didn’t want my daughter to think thats the type of man you marry and I did not want my son to grow up to be just like him. So I fled…he went to work and i moved us out. It was so good to be out and to be able to breathe freely for the first time in years.

I have been away from him now for almost 4 years, my children know he’s their dad but they really dont know him. He does not pay child support, he does not see his children. And the best part was I put over $70,000.00 of his debt into my name due to his treats and violence, and now im stuck with the bill.

I can not complaim too much, as we have our house (mortgaged) we have a car, we have eveything we need to live, we may not have all the luxuries but we are doing fine as long as we are together. I work my butt off to support my children to show them that we work hard in life to get what we want. The only thing that sucks, is when i should be recieving a child support check, I have to pay my ex’s debt. So thats the short story of my life so far. Advice NEVER take on another mans debt!

Posted by kash927, 4th July 2013

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  • You are a very strong woman. You should be very proud of all your achievements


  • That’s terrible that you’ve been stuck with his debt. How sad for you :( But great you escaped him, you saved yourself and your kids and you’re all doing fine. Well done


  • good on you for getting out but why on earth would you take on his debt??


  • Getting away was the best thing.


  • I’m really happy you got out of this relationship while you could. Its such a shame about the debt. Is there any way of getting out of the debt, I wish you could :(


  • Good on you for getting out before it was too late, some leave it way to late and the $70000 is a small price to pay for your happiness and kids sake Hope all works out


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