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    Find a flat, even if it's just a 1 bdrm apartment,
    If your husband refuses to find employment the find some yourself or tell him to get off his *** and help.

    You're having a baby, time to be an adult.
    No one owes you anything, leave your in laws and see department of housing, being homeless bumps you up the cue

    Are you actually seeking advice or just wanting to vent?

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    OP was 26 in 2013?

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    Is your then bf now hubby? If so, no wonder you're frustrated if it's been like this for so long judging by those posts 😳

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    I apologize in advance, but this post is a bit of tough love.

    I really feel from reading your past and current posts like its always everyone elses fault.

    Your FILs OCD.
    Your SIL.
    Your MIL.
    Centrelink.
    Study.
    Your work for using people.
    Your DH for not giving you privacy to get counselling.
    Not having a planned pregnancy.

    Really it all boils down to you blaming everyone else and not taking action to sort your life out. No one can help you unless you help yourself. The only thing stopping you from achieving everything you want is your negative mindset thinking everything is purposely there to make you fail.

    I hope you can work it all out and focus on your own actions rather then everyone elses OP. Good luck.

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    Some families do suck.

    Try really hard to move out. You've had great advice, focus all your attention on finding some kind of income and getting out of your current situation.

    You can't change other people, but you can help yourself!

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    Not convinced this is a legit person posting. Just saying....

    if it is legit then take responsibility and grow up, you would be 28 now from your previous posts. Stop pointing fingers, take responsibly and make changes. You have services names and everyone has been nice to give you advice yet you don't a knowledge it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chillies View Post
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    OP was 26 in 2013?

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    Is your then bf now hubby? If so, no wonder you're frustrated if it's been like this for so long judging by those posts ������
    Wow, deja vu. So the OP lost her job right before both pgs which were unplanned? I'm out. Something fishy here.

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    I haven't read anywhere that the OP has stated she's currently pregnant or that she's lost a job recently? I get the feeling that she is giving background as to what has happened in the past? I don't think it's not legit or that there's anything fishy, just a stressed and sporadically posting OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChelleBH View Post
    I haven't read anywhere that the OP has stated she's currently pregnant or that she's lost a job recently? I get the feeling that she is giving background as to what has happened in the past? I don't think it's not legit or that there's anything fishy, just a stressed and sporadically posting OP.
    living with their in laws with a now 1 1/2 year old?
    If its driving them that crazy they shouldve been out 2 years ago.

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    I've been reading along. The way i see it you have 2 basic choices. Stay with your inlaws. Seems to be cheap and allows you to study and not work - but that means you have to suck it up and deal with the rules they make in their house. Like them or not they are doing you a favour. Or. Both get full time jobs, move out and make your own rules. Your both adults and parents. If its been 2 years its obviously not going to change. Accept the situation or move out. Sorry to be harsh but its been 2 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChelleBH View Post
    I haven't read anywhere that the OP has stated she's currently pregnant or that she's lost a job recently? I get the feeling that she is giving background as to what has happened in the past? I don't think it's not legit or that there's anything fishy, just a stressed and sporadically posting OP.
    Hmmm ok, maybe I read it wrong. I guess many of us got confused when we thought she was pg again but she hasn't corrected us that's not the case. If she isn't pg then she can get a job.

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