So I told the suspected father I was pregnant and he wanted me to get an abortion. We left on terms (btw he just moved to another state) that I was going to but I texted him later saying that I didn't want to, my reasons why and how I plan to move in a month or so to get settled somewhere new. He didn't reply and I'm worried that when baby is born he will file for full custody. He has threatened that he won't "go away" and will try to get custody. I have no idea what he is capable of and how custody would even work if we live in different states. I don't want to stress about him taking my new born baby away. He's not a bad person it just frustrates me that he would choose abortion but then decide to have a say if I don't get one. He was a jerk about it and very persistent that I get one so I'm sure he will give me a hard time about custody and his rights.
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