Dating a man who lives with his parents
That being said, I’m 29 and one of my dealbreakers has to be a guy who still lives with his parents — especially if he’s never lived anywhere his childhood bedroom.I moved out when I was 19, and other than a brief stay with my mom right after I graduated, I haven’t looked back.Courtney Hardwick By day, Courtney is a digital marketing copywriter living in Toronto, Canada.By night, she's a freelance lifestyle writer who, in addition to Bolde.com, contributes regularly to Among Men.ca, and She Blogs Canada.The term “getting to know your boyfriend” is being taken to a whole new level. If you get to see your guy surrounded by family and he acts like a jerk around them, then that’s your cue to get out of there.
Basically, I’m used to being the only one around, and that’s how I like it.
After a couple of drinks and some great conversation, you decide to come over to his place to get the ball rolling.
You notice that he lives in a pretty big house, so you congratulate yourself on finding a guy who’s stable.
I’m too old to be the one teaching a guy how to grocery shop for himself, keep up with all his bills, clean the bathroom on a regular basis, and remember to stock up on toilet paper.
I’d end up doing all the stuff his mom used to do, and he’d never learn how to be on his own.