I’m actually from Russia, so I had to use VPN to access this website, so if it’s against the rules and gonna be discarded or removed because of that, it’s fine, I guess.
I don’t really know yet how to approach with my situation, since it’s probably different from what a regular american or European is used to with how they rent/lease/purchase an apartment, but still, I guess I’ll just describe it the way it is.
So, first of all, I have a girlfriend I really love and want to share my entire life with, but the problem is… there is a distance of 2500km between us, so it’s really problematic for us to even meet for a short period of time. We’ve still done it and seen each other several times already, but getting a life together is still a box we can’t check off our list, not on our own (and it’s been almost two years already now). (It’s the internet how we’d even met, in case anyone wondered.)
It’s the other part of the story, though, that sheds light on the reason why I have to resort to begging(for)money in the first place. So, the girl has a flat we could possibly make our home, but it has to be fully paid in order for it to become her own property. She currently lives in there with her mom, who actually has an apartment of her own but just wouldn’t move out and is totally against us being together. Now, if we manage to accumulate enough money to cover the remaining lease, it’s gonna be just the ticket for the two of us to a happy life together, and we’ve already done, like, 80% of it, but not without the girl’s father’s help, who had done a huge lot but is now on the verge of death because of cancer (he literally ignored his illness just to pay whatever money he could get for that darn lease) (the mother is of no use at all, just because she’s a b**ch, and I mean it), and without him now we can barely even cover the interest rate, which is 12% of the remaining sum per month.
The remaining sum at this point is ≈2,985$ if converted into dollars, with the interest rising by about $350 every month, which is still a lot, even although both her and me [Read more…]