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jmhallah wrote:I might be in this situation this coming fall. I agree with a lot of posters that it won't be all that bad. And considering I still have a lot of friends in town (that never graduated from college/barely finished high school), I'd still have a somewhat active social life. A huge plus is that my parents are buying a new house and it has a separate apartment/mother-in-law quarters attached to it (hopefully, I would be living here). That way I can eat their food (score) but also have the luxury of having my own place (double score). One downside: no sleepovers with the girlfriend. But, we always have her place.
Try it for one year and if you can't handle them move out.
In law school but not allowed to have a girl sleep over? I guess my parents aren't that bad, sometimes.
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