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couchissatan

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my partner/roaddog is a very controlling person,
we each put in 50/50 effort living and making money the way we do, but i never see the money we get. i get enough to feed myself but still have nothing to show for the work i put in, the employer gives him all the credit while im sweating my ass for working and hes sitting because he has one leg, (due to train hopping). hes get both of our earnings handed to him since were a "couple"??? this is a bit of a rant but i am stuck because i have no money for myself to leave with even after all this time. hes 12 years older than me too so i bet he thinks hes gonna get one over on me and get away with it. i dont know how to either bring this to his attention or just get the money i deserve without any unnessesary problems.i need advice!
 
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VikingAdventurer

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I know that sounds harsh, but you have to realize that I call things how I see 'em, and you're currently in an abusive relationship that you need to get out of. It would be one thing if all the earnings were split 50/50, but even that would be borderline unfair, seeing as how you're doing all the work. And him "giving" you just enough to eat? Not ok. What does he spend the rest of the money on? How does it benefit and lift you up as a person? How does it help you become who you wanna be? These are the questions you should be asking yourself.
 

Sip

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If you made money once you can make money again. Leave without it, find a new job, and get a new lover. One that isn't a douche.
 

CosmicBrothaCam

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I am on the side of running away dear.
No one deserve to be manipulated or used.
If your living on the rode, You should be FREE.
 

angerisagift

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my partner/roaddog is a very controlling person,
we each put in 50/50 effort living and making money the way we do, but i never see the money we get. i get enough to feed myself but still have nothing to show for the work i put in, the employer gives him all the credit while im sweating my ass for working and hes sitting because he has one leg, (due to train hopping). hes get both of our earnings handed to him since were a "couple"??? this is a bit of a rant but i am stuck because i have no money for myself to leave with even after all this time. hes 12 years older than me too so i bet he thinks hes gonna get one over on me and get away with it. i dont know how to either bring this to his attention or just get the money i deserve without any unnessesary problems.i need advice!
just wondering what kind of work or job is it
 

couchissatan

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i wouldnt have posted if i was afraid of the answers, so thank you for honesty, i have just worked so hard to try to get 'ahead' i dont feel like i deserve to be dead ass broke again. and alone on top of that, dont wanna have to have someone put me up. just be able to be free and comfotable that way i can find new good peolpe and good work.
 

Desperado Deluxe

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Talk to your employer and ask him to hand you your check and not give it to your road dawg. If this became a "thing" because you are with this person then it is your responsibility to tell your employer not to do that.
Given certain conditions of course I'm only assuming you have an ID and are capable of cashing your check or they're isn't something else goin on there.
Your road dawg has a prob take the money and run.
 

CosmicBrothaCam

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@couchissatan I understand it's hard to start over. Trust me being broke and alone isn't THAT bad. A hard lesson in life I had to learn is you don't DESERVE anything from anyone, BUT! I can tell you the universe provides. Ask and you will be givin'.
You shouldn't stay in a bad situation just trying to hold on to a bit of comfort! Nothing last forever.
Sound like it time for you to grow!
So BREAKOUT and GROW sister!
 

VikingAdventurer

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If I may be so bold...
It sounds to me like you're quite apprehensive of the unknown, and by just taking off right this minute, you'd be diving headfirst into uncertainty and unfamiliar territory, which is terrifying for ANYONE.

I'd say that the best way to get over fears like those is to face them head-on, with a "Fuck this fear, I'm gonna make life my BITCH!" attitude, and just go for it. Take off. Leave that motherfucker in his own dust, and never look back.

There are a ton of incredible people here on STP, and we've all got yer back 100%.

You CAN do this.
 
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Be sure to tell your employer that since they gave all your money to somebody else that they are way behind in paying you your wages.
 

Tude

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Go. I was in a stupid relationship with the exhusband who walked all over me. I didn't say boo,, I was the one who finally realized I walked behind him, not beside him. I even had girls walk up to me a couple years later and say that they didn't even know he was married. It wasn't until I learned the word NO. No I am not going to try this marriage thing for the 8th time, No I won't be here after you come back after a 2 week take off on your harley. No. I never looked back and felt free.

hehe Tude was born.
 

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