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    I've done it out of necessity in the past. I didn't have any problems but everyone's situation is different. You are best speaking to a social worker from centrelink if you really feel like it's a situation you want to put yourself in.

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    You have to sign stuff to say that you are definitely not intimate, etc. I have been in a very similar situation to you in the past. It is NOT an easy situation to be in, I wish people wouldn't judge others so much, but it can get confusing hon. Do what feels right in your heart 😌

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    Do not do this. Not just for financial reasons but emotional ones too. He wants his family under the same roof but wants to be single? Unless you are okay with him doing whatever he wants, including other women while you are living together I would not do it. No way.

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    It's an old thread. Would love an update from OP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopeful1986 View Post
    Do not do this. Not just for financial reasons but emotional ones too. He wants his family under the same roof but wants to be single? Unless you are okay with him doing whatever he wants, including other women while you are living together I would not do it. No way.
    It's ok as a temporary solution, but yeah, that's about it. My exH and I did it briefly (separated under the same roof). It is almost impossible to start dating other people while doing it though, so don't expect to start seeing other people while your ex is there. I dated one guy while my ex was staying in my house, and as soon as I told him about the situation the guy basically dropped me like a hot cake. Not long after I kicked exH out I met DP and the rest is history.


 

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