Just tell her that you live alone because you need space to be alone, and though you have been willing to share your space with her for a little, that you need your space back. If she can understand that it is what you need for your health, then she should be quite fine with that. I know what it's like to need your own space. You can be clear about what you need and that's not being mean. That's being honest. Good luck, dear
Just follow your heart, but just remember your own needs are your responsibilty.
Tell her to move out, as a friend she should understand your intentions and know you're not being mean about it
You could look at it that way
If she's cramping your style in a well being sort of way, best to just be truthful. Tell her it's best before it turns to resentment. <br />
On the other hand.....being in such close quarters, I'd be afraid she'd ........do something.
I am the same and think its ok as long as you give her time to find her own place
a little disapointed, but would leave
I have been on both side. To save from being aurgumental. I would not want to be somewhere where I am not wanted as a friend or respected as a person. I would ask how much time, can I used the money for rent this next month to relocate and just begin to find some another place to live
Well, not sure of the money exchange, Yet Its sound like she has enough money. So ask politely and tell her you would like to be alone for a while. I hope she'd understand
She will probaly take it personal, However, when you explain honestly why. This should disarm her, and I Hope She Understand Why???
stick to your plans, perhaps she will understand would like to live by herself as well
Just give her a 30 day written notice to vacate (leave). You do not just say live, it is against the law. I hope you had a written rental agreement so it is easier to write the notice. If not, write one now with her, wait 30 days and give her a notice to vacate. In the rental agreement it should say reasons for making a person leave, like fighting, damage to property, nuisance, etc.
There is a law against vacate. she has rights against you.
That's bad :( You want her to move just like that??Why at the first place did you invite her to live with you??<br />
She'll get hurt very badly if you tell her I want you to move.<br />
If I was in her situation and someone asked me to move I would be very sad and my feelings would be hurt and I'll feel offended.<br />
But you really need to say something convincing and be careful with what you are going to say.
But she has no place to go :( Will you be able to take that???
I mean isn't it hard to tell her to go especially that she's homeless.
In my opinion it's better to give her a few weeks so that she can find another place to live in. And tell her in a nice way that you think it's better for both of you to live each one alone.
Ask her when she's going to find an apartment so that you can go maybe for a trip then at least she will think you are going to be away and you have to keep your house safe.
THEN END IT AND TELL HER.BUT BE NICE.
Perhaps you should be the one to move then. You still would be financially liable...and I assume you guys moved in for finances...so it might be better just to wait out the lease and look for cheaper housing.
If it's that then just tell her that you think it's better for you both to live each one alone.
oh... someone crashing is not a roommate. That's usually temporary. Have you had any conversations about her timeline for leaving?
That's bad especially that your not even her husband!!! I mean you are not committed to her.
Just get straight to the point and tell her what's in your heart it's very stressful to keep on hiding that from her telling her the truth will be better for you cause if you don't you might hurt her more especially that she might notice that you're annoyed with her being around.
Well, it'll be better this way then after you had signed a lease to live with her.