Finally! We are moved out of hell and I’m back on the internet. Moving with the passive aggressive is quite the challenge, especially when the passive aggressive doesn’t like change of any kind. This is a massive change as we have moved from one end of the state to the other, but I’m sure it’s where we’re supposed to be.
Thank goodness for the passive aggressive’s son. This is twice now he’s been around to help us move. I don’t know what we would have done without him. I make decisions on where we’re going and what we’re doing, the son makes decisions on how to pack the truck and what route we’re taking. The passive aggressive just basically has to do what he’s told. No decision-making what so ever.
I did learn from both men that my suggesting anything to make the move easier was a waste of air. The more I would suggest something, the more response I got on why it wouldn’t work. That’s ok. It’s done now, and that’s all that counts.
I did give the passive aggressive boyfriend a way out while we were deciding where to move to. I suggested he could go live with his oldest son temporarily while he looked for his own place, but he wasn’t at all interested in that. I am not quite sure why he chooses to cling to our relationship, such as it is, as we really are nothing more than roommates, but I guess that’s just for him to know. I know at times he’s as lonely for affection, etc. as I am, but doesn’t do anything about it, and now I’m no longer interested, so I guess we’re at an impasse. This will do for now. Not sure where the future is leading, but so far I’m pretty excited about it.
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