I agree with other respondents. It is perfectly fine to be with parents as an adult. Just make sure you help pay rent and other family expenses. Otherwise, it tends to be a burden for the elderly. I stayed with my parents until adulthood, but I helped with chores like mowing 2 acres of lawn with lawnmowers, which preceded the advent of lawnmowers, house cleaning, and socks. of course, rent and bills, which they didn’t want. Instead, I go to buy them luxuries like a color TV, pay for cables, a new rug or piece of furniture, and also sneak out of the office before they get their hydro bill. and monthly gas. them.
I’m telling you I’m not a pig my mom said I’m a baby my mom is always right shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
It is a friendly situation. Almost only in North America do we consider living in a multi-generational household odd. Other cultures see it as the norm. Your parents took care of you when you were young, and it is your responsibility to take care of them when they get old. And, that tradition goes on. Unfortunately, in North America, we tend to cherish our “personal space” very much. It’s a real shame and regret because children learn so much from their grandparents and sometimes grandparents in a multi-generational family. And besides, when you start a family, you always have a babysitter.