Most Helpful Guy
But this can not be the best way , anyway ,... it is hard to say...0
Most Helpful Girl
~~ The following answer assumes that you both own the home together & share expenses: ~~
'We own a place together. We've shared expenses for said place. I'm insecure and don't know if I want to be with this person, BUT I feel it's prudent that he make the determination if he wants to be with me. In order to force him to do this, I'm going to abandon him at a place we visit, commandeering our sole mode of transportation, with no way to get back home other than to bum a ride from someone else. I then headed back to the home (that we both own) and said despite it being his home too, only I deserve to come back to it because I feel entitled to force him to make a decision about something I myself haven't even made a decision about, and think he should remain homeless until he does (while I sit in the comfort of my home, that we both own). '
Unless he was abusive or displayed some sort of inappropriate behavior towards you, you had no right to kick him out of his own home (that he owns too) just because you feel entitled to a decision. If anything, you've given him more motivation to give up on the relationship.
~~ If you own the home & take responsibility for the expenses: ~~
You legally have the right to kick anyone off the property at any time (assuming there's no signed agreements stating otherwise), but if you care about this person and they considered it their home, then it was an extremely inconsiderate thing to do (assuming he wasn't being a dick).
~~ If he owns the home & takes responsibility for the expenses: ~~
He should end his relationship with you right now and force you to move out.0
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