"My fiance is mad because I'm putting my house that we live in on the market, simply because I bought it, and I would like us to buy something together. Yet I can tell he's crazy insecure with it being mine. I feel I can't win. Advice?" --R.T.
Ma'am, your fiance has every right to be "mad" -- furious, even -- and pissed off to the highest level. What you are attempting to do is just dead wrong.
Let me make this plain so there's no misunderstanding: You cannot sell this house without him being on board and still expect him to be your fiance, much less your man. If you sell it and he leaves -- which he is likely to do -- everyone but you will understand why he did.
He's done his part to show you that he is serious about committing to you and building a life with you. If, at this point, you honestly do not feel that he deserves the courtesy of having you take into consideration his objection to your selling the house where he also lives, then you do not need to marry him -- or, for that matter, anyone else.
I understand that your name is on the mortgage, and technically it is your home. You are very correct about that. However, he is your fiance and you live together. You are trying to make an "I" decision when you are in a "we" partnership.
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