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Breaking up is hard to do. Yes, it's more than just a song. Concentrate on the positives in your life, such as your kids. It's a shame that money/credit ratings meant more to him than you did, but in the long run, that's how I'd sum it up. It's hard when you invest so much in a relationship. Perhaps one day he will grow up and develop better priorities. But if he doesn't, so be it.

And just because he *qualifies* for a loan of 200K does NOT mean he should take out a loan of that size. Be happy he is doing it on his own. You escaped a lot of future problems, IMHO.

Sorry it happened to you, it sux big time. There are a lot of good men out there so don't lose hope.


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