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Just now, skipped said:

Refusing to explainmakes a bad relationship worse

This ^^^^ gave me the idea for another topic:

 

 

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Providing the OP didnt delete the text theyve the text as evidence that he recieved the check but didnt cash it- The way I see it, game over -- the ball is no longer in play- 

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The op has covered herself which is the important thing. The fil's response is pa,  he is being difficult with his response but the most important thing is that op has covered herself. It is now on the fil to be specific if he wants another check. It shouldn't matter why he didn't deposit it, only that op can show they are current in their rent especially if there are concerns about being evicted. 

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52 minutes ago, Komorebi said:

Providing the OP didnt delete the text theyve the text as evidence that he recieved the check but didnt cash it- The way I see it, game over -- the ball is no longer in play- 

This game is over but it might be hard to stay off the court.  The only way to really not play the game is to move.

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7 minutes ago, skipped said:

This game is over but it might be hard to stay off the court.  The only way to really not play the game is to move.

Inlaw issues aside, there must be something about their living situation that they appreciate- The inlaw issue is the price theyve chosen to pay along with the rent- 

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2 minutes ago, skipped said:

This game is over but it might be hard to stay off the court.  The only way to really not play the game is to move.

I was thinking the same. In fact, clearly, the issue of the uncashed check is just a symptom of a deeper problem - the strained relationship. And it can't be good to live so close to or be in a landlord/tenant situation w/ someone w/ whom you (general) have a strained relationship.

But moving is, no doubt, easier said than done. It seems clear that DH isn't "there" yet. Not to mention that buying/renting a new place isn't inexpensive. And, of course, it may cause more drama that Incog and DH would have to be prepared to handle.

So I don't see a move happening any time soon. But I hope it won't take too much longer either.

Edited by RoseRed135

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