Our expert says:
It isfair that your husband supported his daughter from a previous relationship, while she was a child. At 23, she should be supporting herself, and should not expect all of her expenses to be paid by him - but this is the sort of issue it is wise to discuss before marriage, when either partner has existing dependents.
ANd she should be asking for assistance, not demanding it.
Overall, he doesn't sound a vary caring husband, but presumably he appreciates having you as a live-in housekeeper and cook who even pays for the costs, rather than needing to get paid.
As you are working, he may think you can well afford to take care of your own personal expenses, but the household expenses should be shared, especially as he has two daughters staying there as well as himself.
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