We moved into this house which was actually above our price range. As a result of living there for nearly 2 years we accumulated debt. I had some major expenses like full-time child care and transmission change since. My mom lended me 1500 for trasmission repair around of which I paid her back. Additionally, she pestered me to join YMCA for $90/mo a special for a family of 3. I kept paying it for her too. She does not pay for water, electricity, gas and internet. It was my moms idea to move in together with my husband, daughter and I, and for her to be a part time caretaker of my daughter. Alghough I thought it was not a good idea, my daughter was too small and sickly to be placed in daycare so we decided to go along with it. In the past she helped me pay for my car and for braces. The total I owed her was 3000. She threw a nasty fit today when I told her I could not pay her back at the moment because this month we again got penalized for overdrawn account due to our error. Im really glad we no longer will be living together with her soon. This is insanity. I pay her whenever I have the money even if its not every month, but I give her as much as I can. How can she accuse us of taking advantage of her?
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