What age should a child move out

What age should a child move out

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Amy

United States

#1 Dec 10, 2013
Know of any adults still living under their parents roof? Broke up with my bf after I found out he was lying to me about his living arrangements and was still living under his parents roof. His mom still folds his socks and makes his favorite dish once a week. Doesn't say a lot about him if you ask me. The way I see it is he'll never be able to take care of a gf or wife someday if he still can't take care of himself. Glad I found out when I did.
seriously

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Dec 10, 2013
A man shouldn't take care of a GIRLFRIEND. The girlfriend should take care of herself. If marriage comes about then a man can take care of her. No man it's going to want to waste their money on a flavor of the week. Add far living with parents, that's between them. I believe, when a child is financially ready, they move out of the house.
Boogaloo doo dooer

Minneapolis, MN

#4 Dec 10, 2013
Hey it takes alot to have your own place unless you want to live in the shitt1er parts of town with drug dealers and theives. It takes two and it's very situational as to how old you should be. I personally moved out when I was 19 but I was with my girlfriend a while before we applyed for a loan and got a house together. And folding socks and cooking my favorite meal once a week is a womans job, why you look down on that? When you move in with a guy you take over that role lol. We pay the lions share of the bills and fix everything under the sum when it breaks....the least you can do is some dishes, dinner, laundry, and pop out a kid every now and then sheesh!
ShutUp

Owensboro, KY

#5 Dec 10, 2013
Who cares where he lives? Does he have a job? Maybe he's just saving money on not moving out because he has no reason to move out at this time. He should feel lucky that you broke up with him. Looks like you're looking for a babysitter yourself and not a boyfriend. Where do you live skunk?
Amy

United States

#6 Dec 10, 2013
A grown man that can't provide for himself has no business wanting another to take care of. I believe a few here had lost my point. Not to mention the lies he's told. I don't need any man to take care of me as I make more money than most men anyways.@ Seriously I don't refer to a 30 something as a child! As I stated in the OP (adults) living with their parents and apparently shows no interest in being a real man.
looser

Princeton, KY

#7 Dec 10, 2013
Seems like you have it all figured out. Why are your crying on topix?
seriously

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Dec 10, 2013
Once again, that's between them. Maybe he is helping his parents out. Blasting someone on Topix because they live with their parents and won't take care of you is childish. I say he is better off.
Amy

United States

#10 Dec 10, 2013
Blasting someone would be saying their name stupid!
Yea

United States

#11 Dec 10, 2013
im almost 30 and recently moved in with my mom. I moved out.on my own when I was 18, havnt lived with my mom since I was 12. we split the bills and I do my own laundry, most of the time. its just me and her in a big house. does that make me childish? would obviously didnt know him very well if you'd never been to his house. the lies would be enough to end it for me but he must have known how shallow you were for him not to tell you in the first place.
seriously

Indianapolis, IN

#13 Dec 10, 2013
Amy wrote:
Blasting someone would be saying their name stupid!
This post just proves me saying your childish is truth. Can't handle that you are wrong so you turn to name calling? Classy
captain boogerhead

Princeton, KY

#14 Dec 10, 2013
Amy wrote:
A grown man that can't provide for himself has no business wanting another to take care of. I believe a few here had lost my point. Not to mention the lies he's told. I don't need any man to take care of me as I make more money than most men anyways.@ Seriously I don't refer to a 30 something as a child! As I stated in the OP (adults) living with their parents and apparently shows no interest in being a real man.
So why ask what age a child should move out if you are talking about a grown man? Second who cares where he lives. If its just him and his parents let him live there so be it. At any age its great for saving money. The real issue is does he work, make a living, or aspire to do something? It doesnt matter where he lives. Its more important what kind of person he is and strives to be. You are just plain judgey.
Maybe

Tucker, GA

#15 Dec 10, 2013
I agree with the last poster. It shouldn't be about if he lives with his parents but why he lives with his parents at that age. If he lives with them because he doesn't want to work or is too lazy to maintain his own place then I too would find that to be a problem. However,if his relationship is that good with his parents and he hasn't found a serious relationship and they're all fine with it then why not? I don't think his mother cooking him his favorite dinner is such a big deal either. Maybe they enjoy having him around and just like showing him they love him. As long as he works, is responsible,and isn't taking advantage of them then I don't see what the big deal is. On the other hand,if he's that old,living at home,still lives life like he's a teenager,and has no desire to ever get out on his own as long as he has them taking care of him then that proves to be a different type person and situation entirely.

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