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“I’m 32 years old and I live with my parents. I have to shut my mouth and be grateful.”

“I’m 32 years old and I live with my parents. I have to shut my mouth and be grateful.”

“Why do you want to take Hania to your friend’s for the weekend? We can’t take care of our granddaughter anymore? Go, if you want to rest, Hania will stay with us. They will decide for me, and I won’t have the strength to oppose them. I depend on them because I live with them.”

It’s not easy for a single mother with a child. If, after a divorce or separation from a partner, she does not stay in the apartment or house where she lived before, she must prepare for a rather difficult fate. Mothers who find themselves in such a situation say that finding an apartment they can afford to rent is bordering on a miracle, especially since landlords quickly change their minds when they hear that a mother with a child or children is applying for a rental and that she is the sole breadwinner of the family.

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The owner of the studio apartment immediately changed his mind when he learned that a single mother with a child would live there

A 32-year-old woman who is going through a divorce hearing found out how hard it is and how great the feeling of failure accompanies a woman at such a moment. She was left with her several-year-old daughter Hania and had to return to her family home with her tail between her legs and a sense of shame. She works, but her earnings are such that rent would cost 3/4 of her salary, if she were able to rent an apartment at all. When she recently plucked up the courage to make an appointment to rent a tiny studio apartment, the landlord quickly ended the meeting as soon as he learned that she would be living there alone with her daughter. Everyday life, predictability and hopelessness are so frustrating that she doesn’t want to get up.

Parents support the woman, but at the same time they pick on every single thing. The feeling of hopelessness continues to grow

She is grateful to her parents for their help and for being able to return to her family home when her life collapsed. But at the same time, he hates every second of his life. Teenage room, sleeping on a couch, parents constantly complaining about everything – about raising her daughter, about improperly dressing and feeding her, about a hopeless job, and even about bad shopping and the wrong choice of coffee mug. Every day makes her despise everything even more.

I love my parents and I hate them at the same time. I love them for supporting me and their granddaughter as best they can. I hate every word they stick into me like a knife. I feel bad and they feel bad too. I know that the fact that I had to return to them is a failure in my life. But I believe less and less that one day I will get back on my feet and move out. I simply won’t be able to afford it.


Source: Gazeta

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