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Adult Daughter Wants To Move Back Home And Shift To Her Brother’s Handicap-Accessible Room

Parenting is a tough job that starts as the baby is born and never ends.

Parenting is definitely a difficult job because the kids may get older but some of them would still need parenting. Some of them would still be difficult to handle. A father took it to Reddit to share his situation. He has a daughter and a son. His son is handicapped and on a wheelchair since he had an accident. His daughter moved out for college and then she was living with her boyfriend. Two years ago, OP called his daughter and asked her if he can move his son into her room since she was not using it. She agreed and OP renovated the room and shifted his son to the room that was big so his wheelchair can easily be moved around.

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One day, OP’s daughter got into a fight with her boyfriend and broke up with him. She decided to move back to the house and wanted his father to empty her old room for her where Jonathan (OP’s son) was living. Scroll down to read what was OP’s response after hearing his daughter’s demand.

1. OP is a father of 2 kids. His son has mobility issues and his daughter, Natalie, moved out for college at the age of 18.

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2. Since OP’s son has mobility issues, OP moved his son to Natalie’s old room which was bigger than his son’s old room.

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3. Two years ago, OP called his daughter, asked for her permission and renovated the room for his son.

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4. Natalie had a huge fight with her boyfriend and decided to move to the house and wanted to shift to her old room where Jonathan was staying.

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5. OP’s wife has been sending Natalie money to pay for the hotel but Natalie kept telling everyone that his father is keeping her out of the house.

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OP’s daughter is an adult now and her demand is unreasonable. OP should not listen to her. It would be unfair to his handicapped son. Natalie should go out and find herself a job so she can afford a bigger room.

6. This is why OP can be TAH in this situation:

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7. This is why OP’s daughter is so entitled.

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8. It is OP’s house and he should not have asked his daughter if he could repurpose it.

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9. Natalie has no rights to that room. It is now OP’s son’s room.

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10. OP should tell his wife to stop paying for his daughter’s expenses.

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11. Natalie’s behavior is ridiculous because she wants her handicapped brother to move out of the handicap-accessible room.

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12. Natalie should get a job and get her own apartment or house if she can’t live in a small room.

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13. Natalie is welcome but to the guest room or Jonathan’s old room.

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What would have you done if you were in OP’s situation? Comment down to share your opinion.

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