Jason in Perth writes:

My girlfriend and I broke up last months ago after 2 1/2 years of dating.   Luckily for both of us, it hasn't gotten petty or nasty.  She makes a lot less than I do and so she moved in with 3 other girls in an apartment.  All of our streaming services like Netflix and Hulu and some music accounts are under my name, and the passwords were one's that I created. So here's my question:  I know that she's using some of these services but I haven't had the heart to change the passwords on her.  I'm sure she'd fine without them but it just seems like a gut punch for her to wake up one day and not be able to watch Netflix or HBO Max or something.  When is a good time to cut the cord ?
GNA listener Jason says his ex-girlfriend knows the passwords and is still using his streaming services.  When should he cut the cord?

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