Our expert says:
I'm puzzled. As the relationship was apparently already clearly troubled, why invite him to live with you ? And then you told him IF he had financial troubles, etc - didn't you know ? IF he was keping all financial and similarly personal issues so secret, that also bodes ill. And of course he could also have offered to contribute in chores and other household work.
His sulking now, and the preceding explosion, suggests there's more going on, even if its perhaps mainly that he feels bad about being short and sponging on you.
If he's really going to move out, and has found somewhere cheaper than half your agreement, or cheaper than nothing, that's quite a discovery.
Don't feel guilty. Don't accept his invitations to blame yourself and feel guilty.
He should have all along made his financial situation clear to you - by moving in with you he made it your business as well as his. Let him move out, and let him take responsibility for his own decisions and behaviours.
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