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April 17, 2018, 10:39:59 AM
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Jasonn


I think living with parents is rather shameful for a couple - and somewhat for a single.  Anyone agree?  So how can we get that message across to people?  Do you agree with it?

April 17, 2018, 12:28:04 PM
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amelia88


I just don't think I could do it personally, because I feel like I need my independence. I've had friends who moved back with their parents to save money for a while, so I guess it works for some people. I think though you'd have to have pretty tolerant people involved in all respects for that to work.

April 17, 2018, 12:37:19 PM
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susan105


Yarp, it's a pain, the boyfriend and I still live with our parents, I mostly stay round his.

No privacy, nothing, but moving out costs so much!

April 17, 2018, 04:08:01 PM
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Jasonn


I think it's an excuse.  I mean, I know rents are often high, but a lot of times it takes some elbow grease.  Anyway, the situation of being with parents - as in a couple - seems to always lead to social problems.

Just think about it.  If the couple could produce an income (as in having enough elbow grease for at least one to work), they wouldn't be there, but if they can't produce an income, they're going to want to work for the parent - but that's often a sticky situation.  Imagine a couple being with an elderly person and the accusations from other family members.
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April 23, 2018, 08:24:35 AM
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Patrick Y


I think it's an excuse.  I mean, I know rents are often high, but a lot of times it takes some elbow grease.  Anyway, the situation of being with parents - as in a couple - seems to always lead to social problems.

Just think about it.  If the couple could produce an income (as in having enough elbow grease for at least one to work), they wouldn't be there, but if they can't produce an income, they're going to want to work for the parent - but that's often a sticky situation.  Imagine a couple being with an elderly person and the accusations from other family members.

I don't think that's always the case.  However, though, as a rule of thumb, it's best to get out if possible.   I mean, even if temporary, it could evolve into a lifestyle.

May 17, 2018, 04:53:23 AM
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Valentino


Some "at home" people contribute to the family income and do chores.  In that case, I wouldn't be so harsh on them.  Nonetheless, though, a lifestyle of home just isn't kosher in the long run (for reasons the above posters have mentioned).