Our expert says:
Having reason now to set aside hat one possibility, you have also used the correct word - its not merely about privacy, but BOUNDARIES - having respect for the other person's privacy and their wishes. You have surely discussed this with her - what does she have to say about it ? Would she be bothered if you went through her cupboards, or took some of her shoes or clothing without asking ? You might want to gently point out that while you recognize and respect her plight that results in her needing to live with you, your kindness doesn't mean she should disregard your feelings and wishes within your own home.
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