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Hey guys. I've always been in a toxic household and wanted to leave just as soon as I can. I couldn't go out for my studies as they didn't allow me but now when I'm in a stable and loving relationship I'm thinking of getting into a live in. Now the thing is my parents aren't allowing it and my boyfriend is pestering me. What do I do now.???

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SwastiGenztherapist

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You should first listen to what you feel is right,if you feel you are independent and want to get away from toxic household do it for your well being, not because your bf is pestering you and also see how much trust you have on bf before making a big step, you can also try living in a pg before live in just to see how you are outside honey

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Hi! Hope you are doing well. I can understand that the situation must be tough :/ If you are financially independent and want to get away from your family, you should for your well being. If you are sure about the live in, do that. You do not have to share everything about it with your family because you are a legal adult and don’t need their consent. Always learn how to differentiate between who deserves an explanation, who deserves and answer and who deserves pure ignorance. However, if you aren’t looking/ aren’t ready for a live in, try living in a separate apartment and ask your boyfriend to spend a couple of nights with you to check compatibility. Enter a live in with assurance and only if you are a 100% ready.

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Yes, Why not ? I feel live in relationship is a good way to understand where you and your partner stand.

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Kavya_r

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why is he pestering you he should try to understand the situation... strict parents are hard to change?

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hii, I can understand that you're in a difficult situation. It's important to remember that the decision to move in with your partner is ultimately yours to make. but if he pestering you for your current condition you should take time

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