Ask about his timetable for living at homedoes he have a plan to leave? Helping to pay rent, buying groceries, cleaning, and cooking for his parents are all good signs.
Don't jump to conclusions about why they still live at home. Well, they might be, but they're not usually a basement-dwelling weirdo. Yes, they get annoyed when their mom wants them to take out the recycling before your date, but they care about family more than anyone you've dated.9. Don't introduce them as "my boyfriend/girlfriend who lives at home." That's not their identity.13.
Don't take it personally if they dodge the question (or even lie about it) at first. Let them tell other people about their living situation.
There's still a taboo around living with your parents after college.
If you're dating a man who lives at home, odds are it doesn't bother you..much.
If you find it's nagging you a little, focus on the long-term: It's probably not your man's fault that he can't find the perfect job or afford rent at the moment (but that doesn't mean he won't be able to down the road).
Oddly enough, though, my dating life has improved while living at home. So instead of slaving away at a job I’d hate to live in a place I can barely stand, I stay where I grew up and help with the expenses. 1 choice if Trump becomes president) — it doesn’t make sense to spend my highly fluctuating income as a freelance writer on rent. I’ve made some rash and regrettable decisions when I felt lonely, such as dating someone a lot longer than I should have, or trying to make it work with selfish guys who, in retrospect, didn’t deserve me.
I’ve had some pretty strange roommates, and even on their worst day, my parents are the far better choice. But having two roommates who love and accept me protects me from panic-based decisions. Here’s how to actually be one.] I’m better at balancing my family life with my social/dating life.
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.
So, asked readers if they would date a guy or girl who is living at home with their parents.
Here is what they had to say: Comedian Ray Ellin says he would date a girl who lived at home, unless he found out “she’s in high school.” “Then she needs a note,” he joked.
Apparently I’m quite trendy: According to a recent report from the Pew Research Center, more and more single professionals are choosing to live with their parents.
For me, while finances are the main reason, the other perks are too good to ignore.