Choose Privacy Week on May, 2018: Why do young adults choose to move out so early these days?

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Why do young adults choose to move out so early these days?

People move out and get their own place so that they can have more privacy and so that they don't have to go by their parents rules anymore. It is normal for a younger person to want to be out on their own. I really don't feel that it is the parent's responsibility to take care of their children after they graduate from highschool. I would actually give a child a time limit on how long they can continue to live at home after graduating from highschool. Hopefully, that child would want to go to college right away. Oh well if they don't want to go to college. Just because someone gives birth to a child, it doesn't mean that they are signing up to be responsible for you until you die. Your parents raise you with rules and morals. They teach you right from wrong. They tell you about sex and the consequences of having sex. You are taught many things while growing up by your parents as well as your school teachers. This is all to help you be able to stand on your own two feet and support yourself. You would feel much better if you did have your own place and you did have to support yourself.

I am 30 years old and have been on my own ever since I was 21. (I was also out on my own before that but there was a couple of periods of time where I stayed with my parents. ). I bought my own house last year. The feeling from buying your own house is almost unimaginable. It feels so great to know that I can take care of myself and to know that I don't need anyones help (I am a single woman with no kids and financed my house on my own). I don't have any rules. I come and go as I please. I don't have to check in with anyone. I can have anyone over that I want. I can have whatever type of pet that I want. You mention that you should plan on spending the best years of your life with your family. You don't have to live with them to do this. Most of my immediate family lives within an hours drive of me. My mother only lives 7 miles away from me. I can drive to their houses to see them. I don't have to live with them.

People are going to have sex and do stupid things regardless of whether or not they are staying with their parents or not. And just because a lot of people stay at home with their parents, it doesn't mean that they are doing so for free. Most people have to pay so much a week or help pay the bills to stay at home. They also have to do their own laundry and cook for themselves most of the time. With as expensive as things are now a days, most parents can't afford for their child to stay at home without contributing to the bills.

I am a woman that is your age and I am going to tell you exactly what I think about you living at home with your parents at the age of 28. You are a total loser. At your age women are wanting to settle down and have a family of their own. And here you are living with your parents. You are too lazy to want to support yourself. You are even too lazy to want to clean your own clothes or cook for yourself. Then to top all of that off, you are really inexperienced with women and you don't plan on having sex until you are married. Why the hell would any woman in her right mind even want to date you? I wouldn't want to date a guy that lives at home with his parents either. The fact that you do live with your parents and you don't think it is a big deal, that says that you have no motivation to do anything for yourself and it shows that you are very irresponsible. Women also would like some type of privacy when dating a guy. Whoever dates you is going to have to deal with the fact that your parents will always be around. So they are going to know all of your personal business. That is rather uncomfortable. You say that you do not plan on moving out till you are 30 - 35. You should have been out on your own and supporting yourself for a long time by now. Seeings how you are so intelligent, you should have thousands of dollars saved up to just have a huge down payment for a house when you do get ready to move out. If you wait till you are 35, I would expect you to down right pay cash for a house in full so you would OWN your own house right off the bat.

What happened to a man wanting to be a real man and taking care of himself? I feel sorry for the woman that ends up with you for a husband because you are probably going to expect her to take care of you too. You can keep feeding yourself b.s to make you feel better about being a lazy bum. You can sugarcoat the situation all you want to. But shit still smells like shit. It doesn't smell like roses. You are a lazy bum who either can't or won't support himself. You are selfish and you expect your parents to support you. Enjoy the single life. Because a real woman who has something to offer the right person will not want anything to do with you.

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Why did you choose formula? (serious question for people who chose, not people who "had to" use it)?

Why did you choose formula? (serious question for people who chose, not people who "had to" use it)?

I decided to formula feed after my maternity leave was up and I had to return to work. At that time I was working 4 days a week, two 12 hour third shifts and two 8 hour day shifts on the weekend. At my job its a small (regular house size) 7 bed Elderly Home and only one person works per shift, the whole shift. I had no "breaks" no clocking out for lunch. I had a chance to sit down and read the paper every now and then but not nearly enough time to pump let alone having the privacy to pump. There was no way I was gonna sit myself in the living room next to an 80 year old man with Alzheimer who thought his niece was his wife and whip out a tit and pump. Granted he probably would not have remembered but if State came in I'm sure I would have been in A LOT of trouble. So if I worked a "normal" 9-5 job with breaks and lunches and being able to use a toilet in peace I would have continued to breast feed. But I look at it this way. I sacrificed breast feeding with my job but I'm now working only third shift 3 days a week. Still getting my 40 hours in and my daughter doesn't have to sit in day care all week long. She gets to be with Grandma on my 16 hour shift that starts at 4pm on Saturdays and the 2 other nights I work she's with a trusted friend or her father. And the rest of the week she's mine and I get to play the stay at home mom by day.

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