Dating and living at home
Thats a problem I guess, if you have your own place, it a sign that you make enough money to afford a realtionship and that upscale hotel.thanks for your feedback, all of you.Yeah I agree, I am still only 24 and will get my degree in a few months, and I must admit I am in a hurry to get out of the house but I havent stoped to count my blessings for free food and rent.So poor isn't only for the single live at home with mommy guy, it's for all the rest of use trying to make it on our own as well! (my guy lives with his 70 y/o mom and does most of the housework)He's probably saving up for a house or car. parents dont care when their grown up kids get home.a guy with a job, living at his parents's house, is going to have more disposable incomewe all need to economize, who says there's something wrong with that? Hmm, Well, there were many years where I would come home for the winter and parts of the summer to help out on the farm. I think every situation is different and it's best not to judge until you know the whole situation. I'm going to post in this thread because this relates to one of my biggest pet peeves: stereotyping.Now if he has no job and lives with his parents, then you have to rethink the idea. he went through an unbelievable divorce, and lost everything but his junk car. he has to live with his parents because he doesn't even have a chair to call his own. If I had been told that I was a loser for staying there, I would have laughed. Then, I would offer to have them come out, and put in 1 day in calving season. But for whatever reason, odds are it's going to be more of a negative thing than a positive thing for dating. He had a good paying job and he had no plans to move out. It's totally understandable that we don't want to date people who seem to care more about their parents them us.I had way more money during that short time than I ever had until I bought a house! He is able to move out more easily than someone who has a lease or mortgage of their own.These past few months with the Christmas gifts and not being paid for stat holidays and a few forced days off due to weather have been very trying on the bank account. Depending on the age of the parents, he may be more domesticated. There is nothing good or desirable about a grown man living at home if he doesn't need to be!Better yet, consider the possibility that, under certain extreme circumstances, one may actually be less desirable for NOT helping family out, because that person who leaves family behind because of the people-who-live-with-parents-are-losers mentality may be looked at as selfish and uncaring.
So connect the dots and you got a guy who can get through the next pay period and only have 20-30 left on his account.But there are some girls who are younger than me who have their own place who are making these wild and unjust accusations calling stay at home guys immature, then again I am think it is age in the end.There are many reasons why a man or woman would chose to live at home. My parents were retired and starting to travel and he was there to watch the house for weeks at a time and also to help with my Grandfather who lived with us.He glanced at her in the seat next to him and thought, .Usually Bill and his daughter made small talk on their brief ride home. Bill was concerned about the growing emotional distance between them. for now.” A tense silence filled the car as it eased forward and stopped in the driveway.* Bill is definitely a courageous dad, pressing into a relational hot spot where most parents fear to tread.
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As the horde of rush-hour cars streamed by, Bill reminisced about the teenage daughter he had just picked up from band practice.