Somebody please help!!!!!!?
Ok I really dont know where to start with this but I've been working for about a year or so now Im 19 and still stay with my parents now at first I started off with nothing of course like no car, money ect so as time went on I saved up enough to buy me a car with monthly payments at the time my first job wasnt paying enuff so I left there and found something better and which pays more now the issue is my mom always asking for money by the way she is married to a guy who doesnt really do much but sit in the house all day long the only credit I would give him is that he cooks and cleans from time to time other than that he does nothing at ALL!!! but anyway so she will ask for money here and there...I dnt mind helping pay bills because I still live there but it seems like everytime I try to save my money up so i can move on my own here she goes asking for money....just recently I had a problem with my car I had to spend all of the money I did save on my car to get fixed in the process of all of this she still asked for $100 the whole problem is this shes always calling me selfish and throwing in my face how she raised me all these years and what not my thing is this you have a husband and you still cant pay the rent??? And said I've been living in her husband house rent free stuff like that and now the cell phone bill is due and she wants be to pay half of it when there is 3 people on one plan im really getting p****d off about this.... So i need somebody advice im trying to save up so i can be on my own but shes always asking for money then when I say no its a big problem P.s Im only 19 trying to make it with a car note and cell phone bill and soon to be on my own....and it really makes me mad since she has been married to this guy she has always put him before her kids or would say "i dont know what to do im in the middle" stuff like that please somebody help me out!!!! Advice is needed
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Unfortunately your mother has chosen her problems. And her problems are not yours to solve. Well, not ALL of her problems... More
Answered By: Tony - 10/16/2012
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tell your mom....I'll be happy to pay my share....look at the bill, and Pay YOUR share....don't argue back...just tell her that's all you can afford....maybe once a month, you could do a small grocery shopping or something to make her happy, and so she can see you have good intentions... More
Answered By: Lisa - 10/16/2012
Move out. Then you only have to take care of yourself, Not your Mom and her husband. Let them do them.
Answered By: James - 10/16/2012
If you are living in their house you should pay her some housekeeping,but no more so stop giving her money,i would look for my own place in your position. You may have to do without a car for a while if you cant afford it.
Answered By: PAMELA - 10/16/2012
If he doesn't work, where is their income coming from... More
Answered By: Cindy D - 10/16/2012
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