Well she was "forced" into my care after being kicked out of her place of residence because her caregiver refused to let her go to a critical doctor's appointment to get refills on meds when somehow watching the caregiver's kids that day was of utmost importance...when there is an older sister of those kids that could have stayed home and watched them for 2 hours.
Breaking up is hard to do.It is, especially when the other person would be homeless if I did it.
Is she economically dependent on you? Or is there a lease she can't get out of?
Yes it is utterly insane and unreasonable, there really is no more to the story than that.
I refuse to let her sleep in her car, eventhough she insists.
And get this, the day this happens was the day I was going to end it. Now I got this weight and if I was to end it, it would haunt me for a long time no knowing if she is doing ok or not being on her own.
Life sucks baawwwwwwww poor me, I did this to myself of course. But I needed a place to vent. A diary just doesn't suffice. Blah blah blah.
I love getting into these messes with these crazy girls
I'm afraid I'm coming to the story late and missed the history. Is this a former girlfriend? You say she had caregivers? Is she in need of medical help? Sorry, I missed the backstory.
God be with you and may a solution work out soon. You may have a "wonderful" opportunity here to exercise patience, something your body needs anyway. Barring that, write a novel or take up playing the bagpipes.
There's really no history.
Achronos' Guide to Relationships:
1.) Find a really attractive girlfriend
2.) Spend a few months infatuated with new girlfriend
3.) Gloss over any potential red flags or issues
4.) Once infatuation ends, notice all the red flags and issues
5.) Be miserable for months until girlfriend pulls the trigger ending the relationship because I've been so distant because of Step 4
6.) Be sad for 2 weeks by the loss of attachment
7.) Be somewhat ok after
8.) Start from Step 1 again.
Call this hubrism but I have a messianic complex when it comes to women. Somehow I am drawn to those that need "saving" but ending up being nothing but anchors.
But I have much more embarrasing stuff done than what's going at the moment.
I'll get a normal girl one day when I stop being the knight in shining armor.