By Anonimo - 08/11/2012 21:22 - Italy - Monserrato
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I honestly don't think it's a tragic thing of his Mom being sick or his Dad passing and it being hard on her if its an fml. I mean as much as my fiancé's Mother drives me absolutely insane I wouldn't be unsympathetic or uncooperative if I thought she needed more help. The fact that he wants to move into a trailer makes it sound like he's just a Mommas boy with an over bearing Mother. I know my future mother in law would be THRILLED if we moved in her back yard. Overbearing mothers...
Hell, I don't see the problem. I mean moving is a pain, I've done cross country before. But you can get a pretty damn nice trailer and a good couple acre lot for half the price of your average house. If they can afford a nice trailer it's really not an FML, other than having to move.
#58: Ok 17 year old. I'm not mocking your age or the fact you love comics and elder scrolls. Because ( although I'm am 26 years of age) I still love comic books and elder scroll as well as a complete nerd. However I'm married now and live not too far from my parents or my wife parents. But distance is good and healthy. You can still be Momma's girl in your case, and still have romance. It's called you still call your mom and have get to gathers. Or do you plan on staying at home your whole life because you value your family so much over romance. Distance ( being that you do not live 2 states away)should not factor in to family value. Also your husband/wife become your new family. As well as starting a new family of on you're own. Of course I hope you know this.
63 - Okay, if you're not mocking my age or my likes, then I don't know why you'd bring those things up? I might be seventeen (and a nerd? have no idea what that has to do with anything), but I'm still allowed to have an opinion. Anyway, I wasn't trying to say there's necessarily anything wrong with distance or that you can't keep a balance between family and romance, I'm sorry if that's how I came off. It just seems horrible to tell someone to grow up simply because they want to be close to their mom. There's nothing wrong or childish with wanting to be close to the people you love. I might not have worded my comment correctly, because my only real point was that he shouldn't HAVE to distance himself from his mom to be "mature". And yes, I do plan (or hope) to live as close to my family as possible for my whole life or at least most of it. I fail to see the problem with wanting that.
Is his mom elderly and/or in ill health, such that she needs his help?
Wow he has big dreams. I'm sorry OP, maybe you can convince him to get a smaller house/townhouse that's still close to his mom and not a trailer? I hope you can work things out!
He's lying. His mother forced him to do that. Either that or she's still breast feeding him.