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Woman asks if she’s wrong for refusing to give her boyfriend a key to her apartment.

Woman asks if she’s wrong for refusing to give her boyfriend a key to her apartment.

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Relationships are marked by milestones, from becoming "official," to moving in together, to making the big, life-changing commitment to sharing a Netflix queue.

But among the larger, more traditional milestones, are smaller milestones: for example, in between becoming a couple and living together, people in their first year or so of dating will often give their partners a key to their apartment. However, not everyone subscribes to this tradition.

One woman took to Reddit's "Am I The A**hole?" forum to ask people to weigh in on whether she's wrong for refusing to allow her boyfriend of six months to have a key to her apartment.

She writes:

Me (f30) and my boyfriend (m31) have been dating for 6 months, We met through a mutual friend and things went from there. we do not live together we do however spend enough time but more outside.

Recently, her boyfriend asked her if he could have a key to her apartment in case he needs to stop by when she's not home.

A week ago, While we were out with friends, My boyfriend asked if I could make a copy of the key to my apartment (context: I own an apartment while he rents with friends) and let him have it, I was puzzled I asked why? He said he might need to stop by alone or with friends when I'm at work or somewhere else.

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