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In most societies you stay home til you marry....and even after you marry.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote niecy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb 06 2014 at 2:27pm
Most of the people I know who are over 25 and still live with their parents don't work, go to school, or try to do anything for themselves though so the whole student debt and not making enough money thing isn't an excuse. Atleast not for them anyway. But to each their own.
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Also the govt is fronting like we're doing well, but the Canadian dollar keeps dropping and the increased unemployment rate says otherwise.
There aren't that many jobs out there, and the white graduates get first dibs on positions. Of course if the company is Chinese then your black ass can forget it. If it is Middle Eastern and Muslim your black ass don't need to forget it, just don't think about it at all. And since black people don't own anything just take your ass to college and be a nurse otherwise get used to that $11 forever.

I don't know why blacks stay here. It's not a country for a black person with big financial goals.

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hmmm im from a different way of thinking / i was out by18 moved that was my choice i never moved back with parents/ that's how my children are VERY self-sufficient VERY seldom except for the spoiled one do they even asks me for a dimeLOL   ( now that spoiled rotten bratty one that looks like i spit her out? oooooweeeee that gal there is jUST now gettin weened off hittin up my pocketsLOL)

sidenote: i do usually send money just me being me @ different times to them cause they my babiesHeart but aint nobody was stayin with me after 18yrs no more than 20yrs oldLOL


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I have friends whose parent put them out at 18--and they struggle to this very day.  Everyone isn't ready to move out just because the law says that they are an adult.  I was 28 when I moved out of my parents home--and at the time I had a masters degree, and a full time job.  If a parent is in the position to have their child continue to live with them, and the child is actually attempting to make something of themselves, I don't see the problem. 
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Im 22, still living at home and thankful...i aint goin nowhere LOL
 
honestly though if I was kicked out i would just shack up with some man probably end up pregnant and broke
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Good for them,

I don't want to.

Ppl use this ideal scenario but all of them grown folk living with their parents aren't doing that.
But that's the go to

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i had an apartment when i was 18.. i made the choice to move back home after a few years to help them.  

i can think of a few ppl my age living at home.. and i can think of a few people my age or younger with their own places.. 

one actually lets her mom and step dad stay with her.. 
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Originally posted by bigsexylisa bigsexylisa wrote:

I have friends whose parent put them out at 18--and they struggle to this very day.  Everyone isn't ready to move out just because the law says that they are an adult.  I was 28 when I moved out of my parents home--and at the time I had a masters degree, and a full time job.  If a parent is in the position to have their child continue to live with them, and the child is actually attempting to make something of themselves, I don't see the problem. 
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I think that it is the most asinine thing to kick a child out once the reach 18 y/o.
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