What if they both love the place and want to stay? Should it come down to the person who did the "breaking up" ?
Again depends why wouldn't it.. She cheats, he finds out and breaks up, he ended it but the break up her fault for cheating 🤷🏼♀️ in that scenario, I'd think he should get the apt if he wants it and she can go stay with dude she cheated with 🤷🏼♀️
But if he the one that cheated and dumping her for someone else, then the decent thing would be to let her have the place if she wants it... Or both just get new place 🤷🏼♀️ might want fresh start might be easier to h get over the break up that way. Memories linger
True hopefully they are both adults when it comes to the apartment no matter what happened between them but emotions can run high and shit happens I guess.
I agree with everything @Brainsbeforebeauty said.
@coachTanthony would be the decent thing to do, but people half the time don't even do that when kids are involved, for what's best for their kids 🤷🏼♀️
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Nothing else to really be said hereOther than can both say fuck it and coexist as roommates for a certain length of tine with no problem ?Not likely but it's a possibility
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I HOPE you're joking. Do you think any good would come of digging your heels in because you like the place but hate each other?
In my view, of I had cared for that person i might be furiously angry but I would still have the love snd respect buried inside and that will be okay for me and in my understanding that I could be mature enough to mind my own buisness it might take time to get used to but its not impossible task
@Aakash_Hangargi I frequently have women tell me this.
@red324 elaborate please
@Aakash_Hangargi I ask if they live by themselves and they say they broke up with their boyfriend a couple months ago and are just living together until the lease is up. Or until they can get on their own two feet to get their own place. The guy usually had a better job and paid most of the bills in these cases.
@Screenwriter I meant in the sense of rock paper scissors who gets to stay. Not so much staying because I like the place and want my ex there. Sorry if the wording was confusing there.
As someone else said, there could be a problem with rock paper scissors.. a financial one. But this is complicated by the breakup. Someone else said they'd stay until the lease was up... a pretty unsatisfactory situation if the breakup is bitter. Shudder! Never thought you meant both staying because each liked the place... or wanted their ex around because they haven't reached the closure stage.A healthy breakup would mean BOTH would leave and find new places. Who would want to be in the place where they ended it all? It's only an apartment...
It's rented with both of their names on the lease.
@coachTanthony then the (1) answer.. :)
It's not a bad idea to live with someone before marrying though. You learn what it's really like being with them 24/7 and if they have real chemistry with you.
@HawkPerception People back then didn’t cohabitate and still are married happily. My parents are one of them.
@modelUN242 There were marriages that were arranged "back then" as well. And the concept of leaving someone after marriage was almost taboo. People had the mindset once they're married back then, there's no leaving it or shame on them. And I'm not saying your parents were forced to stay with each other or anything. I'm sure they're genuinely happy together and love each other. But different times, different circumstances. We have learned that chemistry is a big deal in a relationship nowadays and people are more accepting of divorces. There's also the negative that people try much less to maintain relationships nowadays because if they notice anything they don't like, they will leave. Anyways... not trying to force an opinion... I just personally think it's better to try living with someone before marrying them.
@HawkPerception I respect your opinion
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