My boyfriend and I are both thirty and have been together for over a decade. We both still live at home with our families as we are finishing school and trying to save money for a future together. A year ago, we decided that I would move in to live with my BF and his younger sister once his mom and fiancee tied the knot and got a place of their own. Their home is paid off and we agreed to work together to host 2 international students, whose rent would cover utilities. This would allow all three of us to save and just figure out household chores and cooking. I made sure everyone understood that while living there, I would be completing a full-time nursing degree, and would not be working, as I would be on student loans. I did not want to feel resented. We were all excited about this and making plans, when his mom decided that she wanted to stay with her new hubby instead, and charge us rent, which is completely fair, as she is the homeowner. Here is the current situation: my boyfriend still wants me to move in. He has no savings, his mom pays for his tuition, he will be graduating this spring, and will be done paying off his car next year. I am currently working F/T on contract, which ends in the fall. I have savings put away for our future, which are locked in investments. I am saving as much of my income as I can for school while paying off student debt. I live at home and help support my mom and younger brothers. Our home is not paid off. (My dad abandoned us and left everything on our mom). While I know I agreed to move out with him last year, it was on different terms. I wanted to do it because it meant we could finally take a step forward and save; but now he feels that I'm having second thoughts because I don't want to live with his mom and that I just never want to move out, which is not the case. My boyfriend's mom and I have a good relationship and I do want to move out. I just feel guilty about moving into their place and paying his mom rent when he can't afford to, especially when I could be paying my own mom rent, who needs it more.