Dating while still living at home

08-Feb-2017 12:36

If you were living elsewhere, your parents probably wouldn’t know anything, but because you live under their roof, they know how often you’re going on dates, and if you’re actually good at it. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t people who will turn you down for doing what makes sense financially.

If someone starts treating you badly because of this, then ditch them.

There is no shame in that, despite what the naysayers may think.

That being said, living with your folks can have bad side-effects on your social, and dating life.

Why you wish you weren’t at home Before we get into the why you’re at home, let’s first look at the reasons why you wish you weren’t.Needless to say, the whole interaction was made much smoother by the fact that he was a handsome Ph D student.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.So how do you have a successful love life while you’re living with your parents? I grew up in the suburbs of Boston, and have lots of high school friends who now live there, so when languishing in front of my parents’ TV grew unbearable, I’d hop in the car and go into the city.This means that my social circle wasn’t limited to the people who actually lived in my hometown, which is key.

Why you wish you weren’t at home Before we get into the why you’re at home, let’s first look at the reasons why you wish you weren’t.Needless to say, the whole interaction was made much smoother by the fact that he was a handsome Ph D student.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.So how do you have a successful love life while you’re living with your parents? I grew up in the suburbs of Boston, and have lots of high school friends who now live there, so when languishing in front of my parents’ TV grew unbearable, I’d hop in the car and go into the city.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.