>>25840917 23 still at home. Parents are cool with it, and so am I. I must say I'm not american, so there really isn't that big of a stigma here (Canada) about that. For the US it sounds like a pretty big deal.
I'm still studying at uni, will be done at 25, and once I get a stable job I will probably leave. I got nearly 50k in savings, will be able to set down comfortably when I'm ready to.
I don't think I can bring myself to leave. My mother has been disabled since I was 17, so I cook and shop for her or whatever else is needed. A few years ago, she said it's okay if I wanted to leave and get on with my life while almost crying, which really stuck with me. I don't mind staying though since she's like a friend more than just a mom and paying for everything is easy with two living together. If you were curious, I'm 27 now.
I'm 26 and until recently I never felt any pressure because I never had a stable job but that I have one I feel about insecure about continuing to live here. My parents are very supportive and have never told me I need to move out but I still worry that I'm in the way. I pay them 50 euro a week as a contribution to bills so I don't think I'm a financial burden at least
I just generally don't want to move out, I'm a loner so I'd wind up going weeks and months with having a casual conversation with anyone and probably making myself depressed. I like our family house and the family pet and all the comforts I have with it and just don't see any advantage in moving out other than the feeling of it's what I'm supposed to do.
>>25840917 >If you haven't left already, what age do you plan to leave at? Because my parent understands that its difficult to live by yourself in this day in age. Everything is expensive, people go in debt just to get by, and a degree doesn't hold the same value anymore.
That being said though, I plan to make something of myself within 2 years. Hoping to score some big bucks by committing to my hobbyist business, and make a living off that.
I was 15. I didn't leave so much as my mom stopped coming home and paying bills so I didn't have water or power. Ended up moving into my best friends house who lived down the street. His parents kinda knew how f*d up my home situation was so they didn't see a problem with it as they were pretty well off.
Left at 17 when I went to college. Was pretty great; met a lot of friends, fucked a ton of girls and set up the rest of my life. I learned a lot about being independent in that time. Wouldn't exchange that time in my life for anything.
It took me a long time to get my AS, and I moved out when I transferred to a uni apartment (fuck dorms) for my BS.
It was a really good thing. My mother hoarded, my stepfather is a burnout (with some concussion issues) and the house is just full of stupid shit like clothes and old things that should be thrown out.
What's on the nice side is my mother hasn't given me shit when I tell her I don't want to stay there. It wouldn't be THAT bad, there's no dead animals or rot, but I just get this terror that I'd be stuck there forever if I went back. I don't get panic attacks, but I really wish I did to emote the anxiety I have over the situation.
>>25840917 >If you haven't left already, what age do you plan to leave at? 22 right now. 23 or 24. I take care of my crippled and fucked in the head mother, but i plan on enlisting as soon as i drop more weight and finish school.
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