but I'm realizing that it probably isn't going to happen anytime soon. I just can't be supportive of his decisions right now. He thinks he wants to move in with the g/f and the past few months he's been telling me how he wanted the separation from me so he could be on his own, find his own path, be independent ..... so he could gain some self-esteem and self-confidence. And now, he's talking about moving in with HER because he feels he'll never be able to afford his own place. I just see him repeating the same patterns over and over. He moved in with me to get out of one living situation and now he's doing the same thing by moving in with her. For a while there, his talking made sense, but now ....... what is the definition of insanity? Repeating the same behavior over and over again and expecting different results. Does he really think he's grown and developed independence and self-worth when I kicked him out, he ran to her and she's been supporting him ever since. He finally got a job and has a decent place to live (sober-living home) and now he's off thinking that they are just "oh so in love" and want to move in together. Not only do I NOT support their relationship, but I can't support his decisions.
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