I'm writing a story where a charater is the landlord to the protagonist. The situation develops into a shared house. The problem here is that the parents of said landlord have contradicting motives - specifically a ruthless business against a humane understanding of society. How could this conflict influence the character in general and in the specific situation of being a landlord?

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    In general, contradicting parental motives can lead to child's conflicted nature - but you need to be more specific to get more specific advice. – Alexander Nov 23 '20 at 18:55

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