if she is not sick or in need of care why do so many look at a man staying with his mom with no desire to live on his own seem so bad? if you were a woman with her own place and over 30 would you date a man living with his mom?
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Where I lived in the cheapest place (studio) in the worst part of town it was $1000 a month. Water bill was about $30 a month. Electric was about $50 (higher in summer). High speed internet was $40 a month. Cell phone was like $40 a month. Food was $50 a week. Car insurance was like $150 a month. Fuel was like $40 a week. Then you add in car payment, clothing, college tuition, books & supplies, maintenance to car, health insurance, basic entertainment, etc. one starts to ask themselves how am I going to manage to continue and make ends meet when I return to school to better myself? My family had 2 empty bedrooms collecting dust. That's why I returned home, to go to school in a bad economy. I take care of all the rest of my expenses myself. They just let me sleep in one of the vacant bedrooms, and take care of things like the water/electric. So judge me if you like, I'm improving my self, investing in my education, and advancing my career. They stay out of my business and we have a good relationship. I'm happy I made the decision I did. It was the only way to get ahead and it didn't impact my family in any real way. As a matter of fact, having a young guy around to help do things they find it hard to manage anymore seems to be helping them out quite a bit. Once I'm done with school and get going with my new career I plan to leave again. I don't see the big deal, but people are judgmental. What are you going to do.0