Love may get uncomfortable, but it shouldn't hurt. It may feel overwhelming at times, but it should never leave a scar—mental or physical. He can't possibly hit you, cheat on you, or have kids with other women (while he's in a "relationship" with you) and expect for you to be there to hold him down. If he does, he really has a problem, and that's all the more reason to get the hell away from him. I say avoid the drama, the headache, the bullshit, and the confusion, and save yourself some sleep, some money, and some paperwork, by taking your final bow, exiting stage left, and leaving his ass right where he stands. Who knows? Maybe he'll have some luck wooing another crowd. Don't worry about who he'll end up with or how far she'll get with him, because a tiger never changes its stripes, and he'll end up back in the same position once more; same script, different cast. And even if he does go on to marry someone and/or create a family with someone, you'll come to breathe a sigh of relief that you dodged a bullet, and aren't the unfortunate soul who's stuck carrying his last name or the baby weight from bearing his big-headed ass children. But, I too, know that moving on is easier said than done.
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