A man on Reddit was roasted after he told his girlfriend to "live with her choices" after she vented to him about her cruel ex.

"I’m not sure if I should feel guilty about what I said during a conversation with my girlfriend. I love her to death and she’s a great person and a fantastic mother, but she had children with somebody who was psychotic," he began.

"Lately, she’s been dealing with a lot of stress from her ex-husband as far as custody arrangements go, and to keep it short, he’s making her life difficult by not taking the children on days that he agreed to, and verbally berating her when she tries to get him to stick to his agreed schedule," the man explained.

"She was complaining a lot (rightfully so) about the problems she’s been having with him and she asked me, 'How is it fair that I have to deal with this? Am I just supposed to deal with this for the rest of my life?'" he continued.

"'You know it’s definitely not fair, but unfortunately, at one point you had decided to have children with him and if he’s going to be involved in their life in any capacity, you’re going to have to deal with this to some degree until the children are grown,'" he recalled telling her.

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In the comments section, Reddit users blasted the man for not being supportive of his girlfriend and letting her vent.

"Dude, she knows that. Sometimes telling people a truthful statement is NOT the right way to approach a situation. Let her vent," one person wrote.

"So many people don’t understand what empathy is or how to hold space for their loved ones," another chimed in.

"You're her partner. You're one of the only people she can vent to. She is well aware of her choices and that she will, in fact, have to deal with them. It was a rhetorical question while she tried to talk to you," someone else commented.

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