In relations between relatives can be three options: a good relationship, neutrality (we do not touch us and you don't touch) and a bad attitude. What causes quarrels and disorders? :unsure: :unsure: :unsure: :unsure: :unsure: :unsure: As loved ones become enemies for life? In the relationship between mother-in-law and son-in-law everything is much calmer. Basically listens to all claims daughter, because she chose such a bummer that "earns little and haven't done that already". Scandals of paired mother-in-law-son-in-law – a rather rare phenomenon. :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :whistle:
The longer you co-habitate with a partner the less likely you are to want to marry them as the years go by. This is usually the case for one if not both. Usually because you know the relationship deep down has run it's course but you remain together through fear of lonliness or finacial hardship :S :S :S
I think that this question depends on your financial situation. If you work and you earn enough money to live on your own - of course, it is much better to live separately. But if your parents still help you financially, and you can not earn your life enough, you do not have much choice. It all depends on money. Because you are free in your life, if you have enough money!If all is well, to live with their parents - it's not a very good way. Because you have to think about the family. Or even if you live alone, you feel you comfortable. You feel much more freedom! So, that's your choice. :unsure:
Now almost everyone has the problem of housing,especially young families,to live with their parents of course it's difficult,difficult and save up money on your own home or apartment,to live your whole life in rented apartments is not easy.but most of them do,nothing you can do life is so wages are small,housing is expensive,even to rent an apartment you need half your pay to pay,and to pay the rent and save for their own very expensive,I think as your husband,it is better to wait to live still with my parents so quickly you can accumulate money.
In some cultures it is completely normal to live with either set of parents, but in the U.S. it is not something that happens frequently.If everyone can get along well, and if there is enough space in your parents house to accommodate everyone without anyone feeling they have lost privacy, then it would probably be fine. However, if anyone has personality conflicts, spending time together in close quarters will only aggravate that.It also depends on how your parents feel about the situation. If they are fine with it, and will give you space and freedom, them it might work out.
have heard that this works, as long as there are boundaries set on both sides.
Like, your mom might say that she will have nothing to do your guys' laundry. So you and your husband will have to sort that out. Plus you might have to tell your mom that there will be no just walking into your room.It can work, I lived with my Mother - in - law for a few months while the house was being built, But she would just walk in any time she wanted. SHe would come into our room and wash my clothes, and I had issues with that - plus she still made her son's lunch....
Often overprotection by parents, does not benefit young people, and can cause the development of infantilism. In the end, this leads to the fact that without the advice of their parents and without their approval, the young people themselves to decide something, I can't.
If from the very beginning of their life together between the two generations have problems in communication, then, ultimately, may form a "communication gap" to overcome that later will be very difficult.
The older generation living with their children in one house, can really forget that children are already grown, and will continue to give them orders, how to live and what to do. Of course, young people will not like it.
The longer you co-habitate with a partner the less likely you are to want to marry them as the years go by. This is usually the case for one if not both. Usually because you know the relationship deep down has run it's course but you remain together through fear of lonliness or finacial hardship...All you need is to truly love each other, not for material gain..married or not.. Otherwise it will unravel . Want the same things in life together and Never put your friends first.
Home Food: The first thing that you miss once you move out of your parents house is the home food. 90% won't cook our food after we move into our house either because we're too lazy or time is not i our favor. Fridge is never empty and food is free flowing. No living expenses: This is a bonus. Your parents are not going to ask to pay rent for living with them. So could be the case with telephone/internet/electricity bills. Of course the ones in working class 20s will contribute to the expenses but you still save. No house chores: You could easily run away from doing any of the chores at home and be rest assured that they will be taken care of. Not so much the case when you're on your own. You will never know how much a kilo of tomatoes or how much your maid is paid. :cheer:
Lack of independence & responsibility: There is nothing like picking up responsibilities at a younger age. This of course is less likely to happen unless you get out of the cocoon and learn things the hard way! Whether it is managing living expenses or your day-to-day chores or balancing study/work and home. You realize the financial pinch and learn why parents always stressed so much on saving money. No privacy: There could be several exceptions where parents are super cool and your privacy is not hindered. But let's admit it, in most cases, you have to say good-bye to it when you're with your parents. House parties or blasting loud music is never the same with parents. :unsure:
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