Monday, December 7, 2009

I did it.

I filled out the papers from Child Support Enforcement. Gave them all of Javier's information, that I knew of.

I feel bad, but he needs to learn that he can't just keep getting women pregnant and bolting on them. Especially bolting when he knows they're already head over heels for him.

I decided not to even give him the heads up. I talked to my therapist about what to do, whether to tell him or not. She said that the people who work for CSE are there to deal with your case so you don't have to make contact with him. It's their job, let them do it.

At the moment I'm not 'struggling' for money. But pretty soon my TDI money is going to run out. And nobody has called me back for an interview for a job so eventually that money will come in handy. I don't exactly know how it works, because he doesn't even have a job right now. So who knows when or if I will even get money. But the paperwork is being mailed tomorrow morning. And that's done with.


  1. :) I think you did the right thing :)

  2. you did. good luck, manda :) and this falling head over heels for guys things, it bites. =/

  3. I don't know how your state works, but I think some states pay your child support and then he will pay them - so if he doesn't have a job you still get money to raise your child, he will just be in trouble owing them back support. I could be wrong though, but I hope for your sake you get the help you need somehow!

  4. I don't know but that would be wonderful if they did that! LOL

    I wrote them a letter with the information they asked. Basically telling them that it's his third child and the two other women are putting him on/have him on already for child support. I also asked that if and when he gets a job to just garnish the wages from his paycheck because he won't write a check to me faithfully every week or every 2 weeks, however it goes.