Q: I met this guy a few months ago who lived alone. He just lost his wife and his mom and was really depressed.
I was in a situation where i was previously living and i needed to move. So it seemed like we could both help each other. He asked me if i would consider moving in with him as friends and help him get his house back in order, it would have probably been considered unlivable in its current state. He said i would not have to pay any rent or bills but i would have to do everything else as far as taking care of the home. I made it very clear to him that I didnt have any family living and not many people to count on so if i move in with him unless he has good reason he cant just throw me out because i have nowhere to go. He said as long as I hold up my end I didnt have anything to worry about. That i would have my own room and come and go as i please in a respectful manner. Well 2 months later, which is now, he wants me to be his girlfriend and because i dont want the same thing he says I have to get out. He has been mildly physical, throwing mail and hitting me in face with it. Im scared
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