What should I do about my boyfriend moving out of his parents house?
We've been going out for four and a half years. We're freshmans in college in our second semester. He's moving out of his parents home this week. His dad bought a house and they fixed it up and are about done. It's being put in his older brothers name. His older brother is having a friend stay there and pay rent (they don't pay a dime for anything because the dad takes care of it) and obviously my boyfriend lives there for free. I feel like this is going to take a huge toll on our relationship. I can't move in with him because 1. His brother doesn't want anymore people there and 2. His parents wouldn't like that. My mom just died and I have a horrible father whose house I want to get out of for good. I live on campus housing, which I cannot my fall 2013 semester because of money and they removed my dorm building which was affordable. I'd live with my dad, but he's a very cruel man and I do not want to get into that. I'm planning on just commuting from my dads to school a day or two out of the week, and just live around campus somewhere the rest of the week. Me being homeless is something that is more than likely to happen. If my fathers attitude gets any worse, which would cause my mental health to plummet even more, I'll just leave completely and find a friend to stay with until I get on my feet. All my friends are in dorms though. I've looked into homeless shelters, but none are close to my school. I have no family near by either. I'm trying extremely hard to get a job. Work study is almost impossible to get, so I've been looking elsewhere. So I can see sorta why I can't live with my boyfriend but its really upsetting. I feel like he's moving on to a completely different world than what I'm living in. He's gonna have his happy life with no worries because everything gets handed to him on a silver platter. And I'm still going to be suffering deeply after almost a year or so. I want to leave him because I feel like I'm in such a ditch and isolated from him. Thank you GrandMary. And no, it isnt because he lost his wife. My father has been cruel since day one. Since my loving mother is no longer around, he has no reason to act like a father towards me. He never wanted a child. He used to beat my mother and I hate him for it. He's verbally abusive to me. I need to move out to get a better life for myself.
Asked By: Nancy - 1/14/2013
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Break up with him and date homeless people. You will be a better fit for that class of people.
Answered By: Sam - 1/14/2013
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Don't worry. You will both break up in two weeks anyway.
Answered By: Jason A - 1/14/2013
Talk to your father. If there is no way that the two of you can get along, maybe you would need to make a move. Go to your school counselor to get advice about living quarters... More
Answered By: GrandMary - 1/14/2013
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