In today’s story, OP moved in with their father, stepmother, and sister to reconnect with the family. They had a high-paying job but left it to be closer to family. Fast forward, they found a new job, made friends, and took a trip. Upon returning, their father and stepmother asked them to move out in three weeks, claiming they wanted their space. OP got upset and argued, eventually leaving. They’re now staying with their sister.
OP made a significant sacrifice to be with family, only to be asked to leave abruptly. While their reaction was emotional, it reflects their sense of betrayal. However, it’s essential to communicate openly and understand their family’s perspective. Both parties should have discussed the living arrangement better. In my view, OP’s reaction is understandable given the circumstances, but it’s essential to work towards a resolution with their family. So, not the A-hole (NTA) for the initial reaction, but further communication is needed to mend the relationship.
Scroll down to read the full story in OP’s own words.
OP reconnected with her father and moved in with him, her stepmother, and her older sister after quitting a high-paying job to be closer to her family.
OP had a high-paying job offer and plans to move in with friends but moved in with her family to build a closer relationship.
Two weeks ago, OP got a job and made friends, but spent all her money on a Spain trip. When OP returned, her sister moved out, and her family wanted me to leave in three weeks.
After returning, her father and stepmother welcomed me but later asked her to leave because they wanted their own space back.
They asked me OP to leave in three weeks, claiming they wanted their space back.
They argued for an hour, and it got heated. OP called her stepmother a gold digger.
They kicked OP out, and now I’m staying with her sister. They haven’t talked to her since and she feels betrayed. AITA for er reaction?
Lived with them for a year, not just when OP moved in. It took three months to find a job, but she has been working part-time since.
Now that you have read the story, it’s time for you to see what Redditors had to say about this. Read till the end to see other people’s opinions on this. Don’t forget to share your own opinion at the end of this article, too.
OP had a stable job, but they gave it up to move in. Family’s abrupt eviction is unfair.
OP accommodated the family’s wish, then got evicted when down on luck.
Not in the wrong at all.
Kicked out after leaving a great job? Definitely NTA. OP deserves better.
Leaving OP stranded after they sacrificed for a family was a harsh move.
Hence proved, NTA.
What are your thoughts on this story? What would you do, or how would you react if you were in OP’s position? You know that your feedback means a lot to us; therefore, we want you to share your thoughts in the comment section below. For more such articles, keep visiting Defused. Have a nice day!
“I’m a cat, I’m a kitty cat.”