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Living Alone/With People

Living Alone/With People  

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  1. 1. Do you prefer living alone or with others?

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Do you prefer to live alone, or with family/room mates/whatever?

Personally, I have never lived alone and don't know that I could. I was looking to move out of my parents house (I was literally looking at places to live at the time) when I met my wife, but I wound up getting married and moving in with her.

Looking back, maybe living alone would have been bad for me.

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I prefer with others. Yes, alone is pretty awesome because you have your freedom, but until some point. It is kinda bored in the long-term.

Living with family/friends are the best way, if you understand each other.

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11 hours ago, o-o said:

I prefer with others. Yes, alone is pretty awesome because you have your freedom, but until some point. It is kinda bored in the long-term.

Living with family/friends are the best way, if you understand each other.

I feel if you're an adult you should have your freedom no matter who you live with.

If I didn't, that's certainly a situation I would want to leave quick smart - even if it means living on my lonesome.

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I think I would probably get batshit crazy if I lived alone. I'm currently living with my sister and will only move out when I go live with my boyfriend. Whenever she goes on a job trip and such i'm getting serious panic attacks so living with others is the best IMO 😄

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On 11/3/2018 at 12:20 AM, MegaphoneStallone said:

I feel if you're an adult you should have your freedom no matter who you live with.

If I didn't, that's certainly a situation I would want to leave quick smart - even if it means living on my lonesome.

Totally agree with you 🙂

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I prefer to live with just my girlfriend and our kitty cats. That kind of counts as alone. I wouldn't want roommates though. I can't stand when people don't pull their weight or pick up after themselves. 

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23 hours ago, Jerlene said:

I prefer to live with just my girlfriend and our kitty cats. That kind of counts as alone. I wouldn't want roommates though. I can't stand when people don't pull their weight or pick up after themselves. 

That doesn't count as alone at all.

It counts as with your girlfriend and fur babies.

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A lot of people would disagree with that because couples "become one" and saying "I" or "my" usually means "we" and "ours". I guess I'm kind of one of those people. 

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5 hours ago, Jerlene said:

A lot of people would disagree with that because couples "become one" and saying "I" or "my" usually means "we" and "ours". I guess I'm kind of one of those people. 

That's cool, I guess.

My wife and I aren't. We're soul mates, best friends, etc.
Buuuuuttt...We have different lives, interests, even friendship groups.

We are very individual despite a nearly 10 year marriage, and three children and being as in love as ever.

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You have different friends? How does that work? I've tried it but we end up getting along with each others friends so now everyone is friends. Sometimes I feel like I don't have my own life anymore. 

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13 hours ago, Jerlene said:

You have different friends? How does that work? I've tried it but we end up getting along with each others friends so now everyone is friends. Sometimes I feel like I don't have my own life anymore. 

She hangs with her peeps.

I hang with mine.

We occasionally +1 to each others things - but neither of our friends invite us somewhere expecting the other one will come as a rule.

It's a pretty sweet life. I wouldn't want to do things any other way.

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That does sound pretty sweet. I love my girlfriend, but a little time alone and with friends of our own could do us some good. Also, our friends totally invite one expecting for the other to show us as well. We're THAT couple. 

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Those are both good reasons. If I live alone there's no one else to distract the intruders while I get away. lol Nah. I do love company occasionally though. 

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