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We don’t get on at all. He was living separately to my mum but just moved back in after official lockdown. He is a toxic person but also going through lots of things which he refuses seeking help for we mentioned it loads. I’ve tried everything to get on better but we have fundamental and passionate disagreements.

The only problem is we’re both always at home 24/7 and live in the middle of nowhere. The house is tiny. He doesn’t even go out for walks. He is very awkward with me and makes things tense.

How can I get through this year with him? We’ve tried having loads of talks it hasn’t solved anything so I accept we don’t get on, but how to get on with life in a healthy way under the same roof?
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We don’t get on at all. He was living separately to my mum but just moved back in after official lockdown. He is a toxic person but also going through lots of things which he refuses seeking help for we mentioned it loads. I’ve tried everything to get on better but we have fundamental and passionate disagreements.

The only problem is we’re both always at home 24/7 and live in the middle of nowhere. The house is tiny. He doesn’t even go out for walks. He is very awkward with me and makes things tense.

How can I get through this year with him? We’ve tried having loads of talks it hasn’t solved anything so I accept we don’t get on, but how to get on with life in a healthy way under the same roof?
Why did he come back? Why did he move in the first place?
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Why did he come back? Why did he move in the first place?
for work mostly, he was abroad
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Why did he come back? Why did he move in the first place?
oh and he lost his job and didn't have luck with anything for a while, little money left and was lonely so moved back.

That context is important and put him in a bad state of mind / feels like a failure
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for work mostly, he was abroad
Oh ok, how old are you? Could you move out? Speak to them maybe or go out with mates or something I have the same issues with family we just sometimes go out in the cars
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Oh ok, how old are you? Could you move out? Speak to them maybe or go out with mates or something I have the same issues with family we just sometimes go out in the cars
no i dont have any friends, ran out of money and can't drive
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