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Ok first off I'm 21 years old and I currently reside in Ohio. Last summer I quit a very high paying job to try to make a new start in New Mexico. So my aunt allowed me to move from where I lived in Ohio down to New Mexico. I lived there from July to November and had to come back because she was living with a very controlling man and he didn't want me there. While I lived there I did help her take care of the house and I had two jobs. So I came back to Ohio in November, since then she has broken up with this man and got her own place. I can only find a part time job. I'm about to lose my car, I have no money and I just can't make it here. I'm struggling so bad and I just want another chance to make it in New Mexico. How can I convince my aunt to allow me to come bk? (before I moved bk there was no fighting with my aunt and we still love each other etc..)

Asked By: 1stmarine - 6/16/2010
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Does she know about your situation That you would like to return? If you have told her you wish to return and she hasn't offered, then it wasn't the man that didn't want you there, it was her and she used him as the bad guy. ITs hard to live with a relative no matter how much you love them. If she doesn't know, then I... More
Answered By: angeloneus - 6/16/2010
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Tell her that you really need her help and explain your situation to her. Ask her if you can come live with her b/c you did so much better there. I think she'll let you come back now since that boyfriend is gone.
Answered By: MoonlitxAngel - 6/16/2010
I'm pretty sure she wount have a problem with you being there if the man she was with was the one who did:) talk to her about it let her know where you stand.etc...if he was the only one who didnt like you being there than she wount mind... More
Answered By: ♥flakita♥ - 6/16/2010
Its hard to say. Just sit down and talk to here, but no one like for people to run in and out their home. Just let her know that you will help out as much as you can and more. You are 21, so she knows that your head isn't really on straight(lol) you still have a little play. Just have a heart to heart with her and... More
Answered By: funoburgmom - 6/16/2010
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