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How to help my husband to realize its time to move out of parents home?

My husband and I are both 23 with 3 boys and still with his parents. The year 2009 i have been talking about moving out but my husband does not want to move out. He does not want to even talk about it. His mom starts to cry when i talk about it with her and even talk to my husband about it. She tells us that we dont need to move out and their house is our house ( which is not true bc they are renting). I told my husband that if we did not move out that I was packing mine and my kids stuff and moving out. Well so we talked about it and came up with this solution. The year 2010 we save up the whole year and the year 2011 taxes we move out. SO can anybody give me answers please i would really like the advice.

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Asked by joshmelissa21 at 8:08 PM on Jan. 2, 2010 in Relationships

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  • You need to remind him that he is an adult, a husband and a father and that living at home with his parents in abnormal behavior. He needs to grow up, and I say I wouldn't wait, I would move me and the kids out and if he didn't follow you have deeper problems and might want to see counseling.

    Answer by truealaskanmom at 8:19 PM on Jan. 2, 2010

  • Well my method may not be the prefer way but mine would be I am leaving with our kids! Your welcome to come is what I would tell him! We lived with my SO family for about 4 mos...4 mos of HELL may I add. His mom is now buying a huge hoise where she expects us to move right in and I already told him I refuse! Its harder to live with my in-laws than most but I absolutley refuse! You would think you guys could buy a house by now if you have lived with them for so long! LOL I never think too many families under one roof is a good idea BUT for some it works!

    Answer by hill2 at 9:16 PM on Jan. 2, 2010

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