Reply
So annoyed. ☆Tiffanyyy☆ 1 child; Findlay, FL, United States 428 posts
30th Aug '13

.................

Hermaeus Mora Due March 3; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Taylorsville, North Carolina 14966 posts
30th Aug '13

I'd sit down and, have a talk with them. Tell them how you feel and ask them back off a little. Tell them if you need their help or advice you'll ask for it. I'm sorry you're getting annoyed with it.

☆Tiffanyyy☆ 1 child; Findlay, FL, United States 428 posts
30th Aug '13

thanks for your advice, I try telling them, they don't listen. I respect them, I do so much around here for them, and i'm just staying here while i'm working & finishing up my degree so I can get a nice place for me & my son. I can afford to move out, but that's using my savings. I'm about to start looking for my own place. They don't respect me one bit.

Hermaeus Mora Due March 3; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Taylorsville, North Carolina 14966 posts
30th Aug '13
Quoting ☆Tiffanyyy☆:" thanks for your advice, I try telling them, they don't listen. I respect them, I do so much around here ... [snip!] ... afford to move out, but that's using my savings. I'm about to start looking for my own place. They don't respect me one bit."


I'm sorry. Maybe try writing a letter? since it goes in one ear and out the other when you try talking to them. I hope it gets better!

penispenispenisVAGINA 4 kids; Idaho 7058 posts
30th Aug '13

The only way to get it to stop is moving out of their house. Yes you're an adult but they aren't going to see that while you're living under their roof. You don't have to have the best of the best for you and your son. A roof and a flat spot is good enough.

Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 16766 posts
30th Aug '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ☆Tiffanyyy☆:</b>" thanks for your advice, I try telling them, they don't listen. I respect them, I do so much around here ... [snip!] ... afford to move out, but that's using my savings. I'm about to start looking for my own place. They don't respect me one bit."</blockquote>




Since you haven't moved out, they are probably still thinking of you like you are just still their baby with a baby. I think it would be best just to take their crap for now and just show them when you get settled by yourself and independent.



Although overbearing, they seem just like every grandparent that wants their grandchild to be well looked over (no matter your feelings of what's right), just they get to do it and be more in the mix since y'all are roomies...which is when it gets carried away.



They feel like they have to co parent since your doing it alone maybe?