Originally Posted by BrainHurts
Originally Posted by goody2shoes
Without sending the letter you are in limbo. When you send it, you lay out the rules and what your boundaries are. It is not like you are begging him to take you back.
I agree. Send him the letter.

Also, him trying to send messages through your son about "loving you" and "missing his family" is his way of trying to break Plan B. With the letter it states exactly what you expect.

Did you tell your son to stop giving you these messages as I suggested above?

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