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By Anonymous / Friday 20 February 2015 01:46 / United States - Lebanon
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By  gsam99  |  20

YDI for not having boundaries. Even if you have reason (maybe she's old or sick) to let HER stay, that does not require the rest. At least, not in those numbers.

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By  MeAnd  |  9

Welcome home mom (roommate)

By  yolololol3  |  17

Make yourself at home.

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  ohjoy15  |  32

Exactly! Assert yourself! That's your space. As soon as someone mentions bringing over 4 chihuahuas, 2 birds, and a boyfriend I'd stop them cold. Not in mi casa you're not. I chill here okay, I don't run a zoo.

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  Just_A_Tree  |  20

She probably didn't have a problem telling you yes or no in her house. And it is NOT mother makes the rules. Your house, your rules. Telling parents no can be hard for most people. But put your foot down when you must. As long as she remembers that she's a guest, and your home is yours, there shouldn't be a huge issue. That is assuming this is not long term...

By  gsam99  |  20

YDI for not having boundaries. Even if you have reason (maybe she's old or sick) to let HER stay, that does not require the rest. At least, not in those numbers.

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  devildog562  |  33

People fear what they don't know so they down vote. Welcome to fml , where it doesn't matter if you get thumbed or down and you can voice you humble opinions.

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