I just graduated from college. I am going to be working nights as a nurse. I have two very loud, intense friends that want to live with me... I feel bad, but I want to live alone. It's nothing against them at all, it's just that I prefer to have my own space.
I'll be working opposite hours as it is, so I feel like it makes more sense for me to be alone anyway.
Do other people have roommates? Any reason why you do or don't? I think it'd be nice to reduce costs, but... it would be so hard not getting in each others' ways. I think if I worked regular hours I'd be more up for it, but I won't do that for a while.
I don't want to hurt their feelings... I just feel like it won't work out well. My job really requires my whole mind and body and I can't afford to lose sleep. This isn't college.
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I live with a roommate because it does reduce costs and I don't have to live alone, so its a bit safer I guess
Most post college, pre-marriage girls that I know live with a boyfriend. I don't know if you would consider that a roommate. However, I find that most post college, pre-marriage guys that I know either live by themselves or with a roommate(s). Maybe none of the guys I know have girlfriends or have them but don't want to live with them.
Many also live with parents. I wish I had that option.0