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13-Aug-2017 05:56

Many women don't look favorably at someone who still lives at home with his parents.

Many of your parents friends probably talk about that situation behind your parents back and wonder why they would allow a child to live with them.

So I learned it in my early 20s and was "independent" from home first.

Then I studied and worked (bad thing if you ask me, since it drags studies).

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Now, it's not an easy task to sell a man who is commonly called a “mama's boy,” or if you were around in the 90s, what TLC referred to as a "scrub," but I took a shot at it below.It doesn't bother me because I know he plans on leaving and is saving.As long as you have a full-time job or are in grad school, it seems pretty common among a few people I know.You know, I really don't care how they do it in Asia or Italy. In the United States, the cultural emphasis is on moving out of the nest and being self-sufficient at the earliest possible age, which is why men who continue to live with their parents after graduation are considered to be less than fully adult, semi-dependent guys with Failure To Launch issues.

Now, it's not an easy task to sell a man who is commonly called a “mama's boy,” or if you were around in the 90s, what TLC referred to as a "scrub," but I took a shot at it below.

It doesn't bother me because I know he plans on leaving and is saving.

As long as you have a full-time job or are in grad school, it seems pretty common among a few people I know.

You know, I really don't care how they do it in Asia or Italy.

In the United States, the cultural emphasis is on moving out of the nest and being self-sufficient at the earliest possible age, which is why men who continue to live with their parents after graduation are considered to be less than fully adult, semi-dependent guys with Failure To Launch issues.

You may have noticed that our current economy has very little love for Millennials.