Fiancé sleeping at his parent house when I'm not home.

posted 2 years ago in Relationships
Post # 2
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2014 - Prague

I would also be annoyed by this, but I don’t really have advice. I guess just ask him why?

Post # 4
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Busy bee

It must be really annoying but is it possible that because he lived with them for so long he could be afraid to sleep in a house/ apartment alone? It may be something he is ashamed of and hasn’t wanted to bring up because as an adult its seen as a childish fear. It could be that he gets anxiety when you leave and the easiest way for him to control it is to run back to the safety net of his parents? 

Post # 5
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Busy bee

I would be SO irritated. Maybe it’s just a different value system, but I’d see it as total dependence — he can’t be on his own, and at 30, that’s frickin scary. Has he explained why he does it? Have you asked?

Post # 6
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

LAX03:  Did he move in with you? Is it possible he doesn’t feel like it is his home but rather yours that he stays in? Or as a PP mentioned maybe he is afraid of being alone.

Post # 7
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Worker bee

I can understand why you’re annoyed. But really it’s a good thing that he has a good relationship with his family… It sounds like he’s a little overattached though. Maybe you guys need to move into a new home (perhaps some distance away from his parents!) in order to fully start a new life together.

Post # 9
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2011

Heck, if I lived with no cable or gaming system and was home alone with parents 10 minutes away who had both, I would go there rather than be alone too! That makes way more sense than a 30 year old who can’t sleep alone. 

Post # 10
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Blushing bee

LAX03:  in light of this comment I would to buy the man a playstation! Cause yea, that shit would NOT fly with me!

Post # 11
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Blushing bee

Just to clarify, I mean that him staying with his mommy when i’m gone wouldn’t fly. Not not having a gaming system

Post # 12
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Blushing bee

LAX03:  I’ll take the other side of the debate lol. Does he have any friends in the area? my fiancé travels quite abit and I don’t enjoy being alone so I usually have friends sleep over at my house. Maybe he isn’t afraid of being alone but just prefers not to be alone. If his parents house is 10minutes  away, has cable and gaming systems, and I’m assuming unlimited cooked meals, id probably take that deal too over being bored at home and having to cook for one! If definately consider getting cable or some kind of gaming system if it bothers you so much so the guy has something to do when your not home. Also, check into the friend situation and see if there is someone else he can hang with while your gone if you don’t want him at his parents.

Post # 13
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2014

LAX03:  I don’t see this as that big of a deal. Some people just hate to be alone. To be honest, I hate sleeping alone in my apartment and if my husband is away, I may go visit my parents and spend the night (but never for the whole time – that’s just inconvenient for me). 

I also understand more now that you said you don’t have cable, etc. and he has access there to it. I would be really bored if my husband wasn’t home and I had no cable. He’s probably just doing it to entertain himself! 

Post # 14
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: February 2015

It’s kind of weird but maybe not that weird, especially since you live pretty close. Did you find your place together or was it your place to start?

I’m going to leave out a lot of possibly relevant details, but when I first moved out with my fiance our apartment didn’t really feel like home to either of us (it was also work as we managed the building…), and every Friday we would go to dinner at my parents place and sometimes wouldn’t leave until Sunday.

So it really doesn’t seem that strange especially as you’re not around, he must just prefer to be around his family to being alone. Could you find out why it might not feel like home to him? I think you’d have to approach it really carefuly though, and it doesn’t necessarily have to have anything to do with you.

 

Post # 15
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

LAX03:  (shrug). He can’t spend time with you (so there’s no loss), and he gets to spend time with his parents. Sounds like a win-win to me.

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