Those who don't are postponing an emotional growth stage.And emotionally retarded people are not well equipped to deal with things like relationships.
This means that my social circle wasn’t limited to the people who actually lived in my hometown, which is key.
If you’re really stuck in the suburbs, snoop around a little bit: there’s gotta be somewhere people your age hang out.
When you live at home, it’s so much easier if you just introduce everyone, even if it happens way earlier in the relationship than you normally would.
Over the past few years, the percentage of 25-to-34-year-old Americans living with their parents has been at a record high of nearly 15%.
Student debt and difficulty finding a job are sending millennials back home in droves — and though this type of arrangement is certainly easier on the wallet, it can wreak havoc on a young adult’s self-image.
Why, exactly, are so many young people “boomeranging” in the first place? Skyrocketing rents, high home prices, and job scarcity all play a part, but so does student debt, which can eat up an insane amount of post-grads’ cash flow.
There's still a taboo around living with your parents after college.
Recent statistics show that 36% percent of millennials live with their parents, because the Boomers (love you guys!
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your i get such a kick when i see my ex living in a tiny messy room at mom and dads still and hes 31 with his sis who is 34 still downstairs too...thier parents are so weak and foolish to not put up boundaries or deadlines. thats crazy.it lack of care...of ambition..does it all cooks cleans launders...tells him what to do makes his lunch...watches his own kids..i dont give a rats flying fart about my ex but with that new movie out FAILURE TO LAUNCH out now more and more ppl are shocked to hear about the so called ADULTECENTS still at home...
Id love to hear what you guys think about ppl over 30 still at home..yes, alura, I've seen this in many areas, not just in the scenario you describe.
If there’s really no hope, well, that’s why Internet dating is so great. I would go into Boston, go on a date, and then crash at a friend’s house for the night. In a way, living with my parents raised my standards, because it wasn’t like I could keep some sketchy unemployed musician boyfriend a secret for very long.