My SO is 30 years old and has a learning disability. He has a hard time doing simple tasks-looking up a number in a phone book is almost impossible for him. Keeping a schedule for his appointments, etc is difficult as well. He still at home with his elderly mom, and while he's there to help her (she had medical issues), she tends to baby him. She does his laundry, keeps his schedule for him, cooks, cleans, etc. He is an only child.
Well, SO and I have a 2 year old daughter, and we have been talking about getting living together. But I'm worried that he'll expect me to do for him what his mom does! I can't. I have a hard enough time taking care of my 2 year old and myself, much less a grown man. I don't mind HELPING out, but I would expect him to occasionally do dishes, laundry, help with the baby (yes I still call her my baby!), etc.
Do you think this could work out? I'm not in the mood to play "mommy".
Asked by Anonymous at 8:55 PM on Jul. 7, 2010 in Relationships
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