My name is Krystyna. I am 34 years old. I want to tell you about what is happening in our lives right now.
I'm married. We have a daughter. When Piotr's husband was still at school, his father left him. He left the apartment for his wife and son. I was sure he had rewritten the apartment for everyone: my mother-in-law and my husband were half owners of the apartment. Now my mother-in-law lives there not alone, but with a man.
She has been living with him for two years. I understand that my mother-in-law may have a private life. She lives in a two-room apartment with her second husband. We, on the other hand, have been living in rented apartments for 8 years. And one day I discovered an amazing thing. It turns out that the apartment where my mother-in-law lives is actually entirely owned by my husband, Piotr!
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All documents are designed especially for Piotr! And while his mother lives in his apartment with her man, we live with our child in a rented apartment. I'm just shocked! When I left my maternity leave, we really wanted to buy an apartment. We wanted to take out a mortgage, but we can't even put it off for a down payment.
Everything is so expensive! You have to pay a lot of money to rent an apartment. My parents are very worried that we don't have our own apartment. Our daughter is going to school next year, and we still don't have our own apartment. My parents have a small amount of money. They are ready to give them back to us, but this is not enough for a down payment for an apartment. I thought that if my mother-in-law gives us a little extra, we can buy an apartment on a mortgage. It's a shame to pay so much money for a rented accommodation!
My mother-in-law and I have always had a good relationship. She never interfered with our lives, never gave me advice, never taught me. But she only communicates with her son. He rarely talks to me and his granddaughter. Earlier, she asked Piotr to help her do something in the apartment: change the chandelier, repair the socket. But now her roommate takes care of everything. I am offended that the mother-in-law does not want to communicate with her granddaughter. During that time, she never helped me in anything, she never even played with her granddaughter.
But our daughter is her only granddaughter. I understand everything: mother-in-law wants personal happiness. But why doesn't he think about how we live? Does he not think it is very difficult for us to live in a rented apartment? In the end I thought that half of the apartment belongs to my mother-in-law, but it turns out that this is not the case.
I wanted Piotr's mother to compensate us with money at least a little. But my husband doesn't want that. He says. & ldquo; I can't throw my mom out on the street! & rdquo; It pisses me off, I say: – Do you think it's normal that your mother lives with her man in your apartment, and we live with our child in a rented apartment? – And you want me to kick my mother – pensioner – out into the street? Let him live in the apartment! “- my spouse replies to me …
How long will she live and bring her suitor to her apartment? And at the moment we can't even buy an apartment on credit I just don't know what to do How to convince my husband that he has to make a decision? After all, it can't be like that!
Katrine Johns has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Gal Post, Katrine Johns worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my firstname.lastname@example.org 1-800-268-7128