Our expert says:
It does sound like an most unfortunate and cruel thing for her to have done - despite the greater burden of a pregnancy on the woman, a child is the product of the woman and man, and to disregard his obvious interest in the pregnancy is disrespectful, selfish, and unkind. How did she react to your feelings about this ?
Would marriage counselling possibly be of any use ? If she is so little interested in your feelings, maybe she wouldn't take such counselling seriously.
Don't let people push you into "forgiving" her. Set yourself free from the natural bitterness, by all means, but delay "forgiveness" until her atitude shows a proper understanding of why her action was so wrong, and true regret for its effects on you.
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