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AITA for “forcing” my roommate to miss her finals exam that she spent 2 years studying for? Context: I live with a roommate and her 3 year old child. Roommate is a fourth year medical student and is really struggling, having to balance with child, intense study workload, chores and part time jobs to afford rent, babysitter and necessities. A wonderful example is gymnast Kerri Strug's amazing spirit in the 1996 Olympics. Ignoring the pain of torn ligaments and a serious ankle sprain, she helped the U.S. women win a team gold medal by performing her final vault at great personal risk. Some sports challenge athletes with real and persistent threats of serious injuries and even death.
Tbh, I was pretty nervous for my own exam and roommate's situation was not exactly at the forefront of my thoughts. I would've gladly checked in on her if she gave me a heads up or if I heard her alarm go off. Regardless, this has been a good lesson for me as well, definitely an important topic to cover with future roommates!
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YTA. If the landlord is actually aware of the cats, and the room is clean, then asking for her to take them is weirdly controlling, and getting mad when she doesn't is childish and AH behaviour. 27. level 2. · 21 days ago Partassipant  And now the landlord likely sees a broken mirror and knows something is off. 3.
A few months ago were were contacted by Tina, a girl who claimed to have had a baby boy with Josh. The baby is a little under 18 months old. Tina said Josh had "ghosted" her and blocked her on all platforms. She'd been trying to get back in touch with him, but when that didn't work began to look for his parents to contact.
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