By Armando de Carvalho - 10/10/2020 07:57

Toxic people

Today, I moved back with my mom, sister and niece after 10 years on my own. My niece is 11, we talked about life and she agrees my mom and my sister are toxic and that I should move out. She'll do it as soon as she's 18. I'm 29. FML
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By  Grizz8831  |  11

get a place with a roommate on an opposite shift... cheaper rent and you will barely see each other, so toxicity will be super low,along as you bothe handle your own dishes etc.

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By  Grizz8831  |  11

get a place with a roommate on an opposite shift... cheaper rent and you will barely see each other, so toxicity will be super low,along as you bothe handle your own dishes etc.

By  Chazzster  |  20

I am assuming that OP moved back in with family out of economic necessity. There are a lot of people out of work due to the impact of the pandemic and extended federal assistance for unemployment recently ran out. Given that, moving out may not be a viable option at this time for OP.

OP, it seems a lot of people are feeling similar pain. Just this morning in “Dear Abbey” a husband was complaining about how his wife had become extra controlling as she was responding to insecurity brought on by the COVID pandemic and it’s effects. It may not help that much, but we are all feeling stress in these times. And it may be a year more before we are back at at some form of “normal.” All I can say is to hang in there. Keep looking for a job if that’s the situation. Note that there are a lot more people using shopping services like “Instacart” during the pandemic and they are probably hiring if you have a car or the use of one.