Sounds almost like she might have something going on if she does this as often as you make it sound.
But when it comes to balancing priorities between partners and mothers, men have my sympathies, up to a point.
Whether you're the apple of your mother's eye or just about ready to strangle yourself with those aforementioned apron strings, bringing a girlfriend home to meet your mum can be a big relationship hurdle.
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After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. As a guy who lives with his mum and sister, I find that this type of girl is so very everywhere. They seem to want more then men can provide for them. Too add further, my sister living at home attracts the guys and then she moves in with them.
Maybe you could move in with the father or the mother.
People do that in Mexico and other countries, but they don't do that very often in the US.
If you really love him and think that he loves you then give him an ultimatum. By entering this site you declare you are 18 or older, you read and agreed to its Terms, Rules & Privacy and you understand that your use of the site's content is made at your own risk and responsibility.
If it turns out the guy you're dating hasn't left the parental nest yet, it actually doesn't have to be a dealbreaker.
On the other hand, if he acts like a spoiled teen, that's a very good indication that you should run.
There are few attributes less sexy than the presence of an overbearing mother-in-law.
Is he that bad off that he has to continue to co-exist with his Ex. It sounds like you wouldnt mind him moving in with you but he is afraid his baby mama will attack him more financially if he did that and would probably stop him from seeing the kids when he wants. I know you know, or at least suspect, "He does not want to move out". He has two of you to use and is quite comfortable with that arrangement thanks. She can't afford the house alone and neither can he...? It's called moving out to something she can afford and him doing the same.