So I just got out of a relationship with a complete control freak two months ago. This guy ran every aspect of my life for a year until one situation he tried to force me into made me walk out the door. I met him in Michigan where I'm originally from but soon after we (he) decided we wanted a relationship I moved to Paris with him then we moved to Key West. When I left the relationship I moved back to MI but he insisted that I keep the house in KW and I didn't mind at all because it's absolutely beautiful! I traveled from KW to Mich trying to move some stuff back in the house excited about my new life but my ex kept blowing my phone up every single day, just asking me questions that didn't concern him anymore. So something told me to sell the house because this was his way of still having a hold on me. I informed him that I was selling it and he yelled at me calling me an Ungrateful Bitch, then after a few days passed he called back to say he would help me sell if I needed him (he didn't even apologize for calling me names)
So I'm in KW trying to sell and my ex just keep calling asking.. Do I need help? Do I need a contractor? Do I need his Real Estate friend? Do I need the blueprints? And to be honest I do need help and definitely the blueprints. I don't want his help but I have no idea how to sell a house and he has all the connections and experience.
Should I let him help me? Do you think he will be on his best behavior? He's been nice to me over the phone lately but I'm afraid it won't last long. He wants to come down here soon to bring me the blueprints, would this be a mistake?
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It may turn out to be a mistake. There are professional real estate agents that would love to have your business and can get whatever documents you need to sell the house. A lot of people tell others when they are in an abusive relationship to end the relationship. But this doesn't always keep that person from continuing to abuse and harass you. The real goal should be to end the abuse. Going no contact or in your case going minimal contact until you get this business of selling the house over with is the best way to go. Tell him just to communicate through email until this is over, then move on with your life.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE