I moved in with my guy and his father to help him because he had a stroke, but our relationship is going downhill. Any advice?

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I moved in with my guy and his father to help him because he had a stroke. I am 40 years old with 4 children. Our relationship is going down hill, due to his father being disrespectful to me, telling lies on me, hollering all day and all night for little things, and I am getting tired. I left my family to move to another state with him and I regret it. He had been removed from 3 rehabilitation programs and doesn't want to get better. Can someone give me some advice about what I need to do for me and my kids?

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If you are not out the door by Sunday, be sure the 4 children are sent back home to be cared for by family. imo.

Call your family to come and pick you all up.  (Do you have a brother or sister who will understand?)

No judgment intended, it is your choice to stay, but don't do that to your children, please.
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This is not a good atmosphere for your kids or you. He is a boyfriend , leave.
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NYDaughterInLaw - Brilliant post.
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Leave.
You regret leaving your family.
Your guy has his hands full.
You are not his wife.
You are a mom.
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I agree with Whirled.. I need more info.. but based on what I think you mean.. You are not happy, father is not happy.. kids are probably not happy. Only BF may be happy bcause he has a free helper! Get out, move back, and get on with your life.
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Did your boyfriend's father have the stroke, or your boyfriend? I'm assuming it was the father. When did you move, and how far away is your home state? Do all 4 of your kids live with your boyfriend and his father, as well? There are a lot of details that would be helpful here. My initial thought is - move back out, and do whatever you need to do to take care of your kids. They should be your priority, IMHO.
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