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At what age did you move out of your parents house?

  1. cjcarter profile image75
    cjcarterposted 7 years ago

    At what age did you move out of your parents house?

  2. Nicole Winter profile image61
    Nicole Winterposted 7 years ago

    Which time?  >smile

    Seriously, though... about 2 days after I turned eighteen... then again about six months after my 22nd birthday and a couple more times after that.  My ex-husband, (then husband,) and I even had to live with my folks for awhile.

  3. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 7 years ago

    Age 19, when I married my husband--I had only known him 4 months. Not a wise thing to do, but it worked out.  We've been married 40 years and still have fun together.

  4. nightwork4 profile image59
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    i was 13. i went back once when i was 15 for a few months but i couldn't stay there.

  5. AllensPlace11 profile image56
    AllensPlace11posted 7 years ago

    I moved out at the age of 18, when I went into the military.

  6. coutneyk profile image72
    coutneykposted 7 years ago

    17.  Moved to a whole other country because I was 17 and knew everything =s Like alot of 17 year olds tongue

  7. gabegame profile image58
    gabegameposted 7 years ago

    24, which is a couple years after college. However my dad moved out when I was 23 and I had the house to myself for a while.

  8. marketingskeptic profile image71
    marketingskepticposted 7 years ago

    When I was 18 for college and now at 21, I still have no intentions of ever moving back.

  9. lazko profile image61
    lazkoposted 7 years ago

    i have never had a parents house , but i have a friends and the average age here is around  20 ...

  10. profile image45
    marianna1971posted 7 years ago

    I moved out when I was 22.  I moved in with my boyfriend (now husband) and a female roommate.  She moved out shortly after that and my father didn't find out until 2 years later when we got married.

  11. onegoodwoman profile image74
    onegoodwomanposted 7 years ago

    As best as I can remember, I was about 3.  I can remember suffering a great burn as a toddler in diapers.........one of the few memories I have as having a Mother in my  early childhood.

    It was my old school    Grandparents who reared me.  My Grandmother died when I was barely 17, two years later, I was both a wife and a mother.

    To this day, I have not truly gotten over her death.

  12. fdoleac profile image57
    fdoleacposted 7 years ago

    I moved home from college while I worked and commuted to my first job.  At 22 I moved out for good.

  13. Balinese profile image39
    Balineseposted 7 years ago

    i move out when i was 22 smile   as i just purchased the house  and felt so strange live  without sibling and parent  back then .

  14. Rich Inkman profile image56
    Rich Inkmanposted 7 years ago

    18, when I went to college.  Probably would have mover out sooner if I could have.

  15. YouWontUpload.Com profile image59
    YouWontUpload.Composted 7 years ago

    After A 4year Business College Degree..Or Before..18

  16. truthfornow profile image82
    truthfornowposted 7 years ago

    I was 23 when I moved out of my parents house for good.

  17. angie ashbourne profile image61
    angie ashbourneposted 7 years ago

    I left home at 20 ....and only went back for a visit or Sunday supper.

  18. IGiveInformation profile image64
    IGiveInformationposted 7 years ago

    moved out when I was 18 and had to come back to pay their biils for them. Then I moved out at 19 years of age. smile

  19. profile image0
    CheetahsLadyposted 7 years ago

    Lol... I'm laughing because of the Nicole's "which time" comment.  I FIRST moved out at 18.  Was back by the time I was 19.  Left again when I was 23.

  20. thehemu profile image65
    thehemuposted 7 years ago

    At 17 for pursuing my engineering, But it is too hard to leave parents and to settle somewhere, not only your emotional and finacial protection gone and you need to counter all problems on your own.

  21. profile image64
    Josh and Lindseyposted 7 years ago

    I moved out at 18 to go to college.  I then never went back for more than a week or two during college.  Though I love them dearly, life is better for us all not living together.

  22. janeaustengirl profile image55
    janeaustengirlposted 7 years ago

    19!! 
    My hubby was in the military, so it was either get married or say goodbye.  Sixteen years later...I'd say it was a good decision.

  23. newtaxseason profile image56
    newtaxseasonposted 7 years ago

    I move out when i was 22, I got my first job at that time......

  24. profile image0
    easilymistaken4posted 7 years ago

    I moved out when I was 18 then I went back at 19 and lived there for about a year and I've been on my own since then.

  25. TimMEy profile image84
    TimMEyposted 7 years ago

    With 20, wanted to go earlier but it was financially not possible.

  26. bestkidsfun profile image58
    bestkidsfunposted 7 years ago

    I moved out of my parents house when I went to College for 4 years.

  27. AGBarteck profile image55
    AGBarteckposted 7 years ago

    I'm still here.  But it has practice space!

  28. Mickmc profile image82
    Mickmcposted 7 years ago

    I was 17, moved from a rural town to put myself through a quality university. Packed shelves at night to buy luxury items like noodles, rent and utilities. Hard times, but good times! smile

  29. zduckman profile image61
    zduckmanposted 7 years ago

    I moved out at 17. Well I guess the real answer would be that I was kicked out at 17.

  30. profile image0
    Longhunterposted 7 years ago

    I moved out when I got married at 19 (dumb thing to do. Getting married so young, I mean).

    Then I moved back when I was 39 and getting a divorce. Luckily, my parents had a basement apartment I rented and did the yard work. It enabled me to stay close to my son.

    At 48, I moved out again, buying my own place......FINALLY.

  31. profile image47
    srabon786posted 7 years ago

    I don't wont to leave my parents because they are a part of my life

  32. kamruluits profile image59
    kamruluitsposted 7 years ago

    I moved away because of my study to another city!

  33. profile image48
    everl0vingposted 7 years ago

    pfff ...let me think. I think i moved out at 19. smile

  34. profile image49
    CarmyLeaposted 7 years ago

    I moved out of the house just before my 22nd birthday- moved in two very close friends and have became even closer. Helped raise both of their beautiful daughter 11 and 3.

  35. profile image27
    kasmoposted 7 years ago

    to leave parent house is not depend on age and if u are proper settle in your life than u can leave it. But leaving with parent is good and better

  36. jujanester profile image77
    jujanesterposted 7 years ago

    I was 19 then, I didn't moved out, but we part ways,.. My mom left me with my little sisterd without words. She's missing till now

  37. daffodil2010 profile image71
    daffodil2010posted 7 years ago

    i was 18 when i moved out of my parents house because of college

  38. kevin.howell profile image60
    kevin.howellposted 7 years ago

    I was 23,but lived on a farm and was more than helpful

  39. nmcquill profile image54
    nmcquillposted 7 years ago

    I moved out right after I graduated high school, and I have not been back!  I was 18.  I'm only 21, so who knows if I will end up back there.

  40. profile image0
    Sivisposted 7 years ago

    As soon as I went to University, I left my parents house for good.  I'll stay there for a few days here and there during the holidays, but otherwise, I've been out of the house since I was 17.

  41. profile image46
    mercedesbenz11posted 7 years ago

    I was 17 years old when I moved out of my parents house and I am very happy with that decision.

  42. TinaTango profile image68
    TinaTangoposted 7 years ago

    I moved out the sweet age of 19, the summer of 2009, what a great summer that was indeed!

  43. Thelma Alberts profile image91
    Thelma Albertsposted 7 years ago

    At 20 when I got married. I only knew him at first through writing but it works out. We are married for almost 30 years...

  44. Thatguypk profile image46
    Thatguypkposted 7 years ago

    I was six when I first moved out. My dad wouldn't let me stay up late to watch a television programme. I can't even remember what programme it was now, but it was important enough to me to cause me to pack a bag and say farewell.

    I got as far as the end of the street! :-)

  45. lycorne profile image64
    lycorneposted 7 years ago

    I went away to college the same month I turned 18.  The next year I commuted to a nearby college, and at the end of that school year when I was not yet 20 I moved 1500 miles away.  After 6 years away, I moved to with 150 miles of them, but after 2 years I moved another 400 miles away.

    Finally 15 years after I moved out, I moved back to the same area as I grew up.

  46. plogan721 profile image81
    plogan721posted 7 years ago

    I was a late bloomer.  I did not move out until I was 33 years old.

  47. loneparentgiggles profile image58
    loneparentgigglesposted 6 years ago

    I left at 16 before I did my GCSE's... I walked out of the door to go to school one morning and I just knew I wouldn't be walking back throught the door. I didn't until three years later, even then it was a short visit and I was gone again.

  48. mvillecat profile image79
    mvillecatposted 6 years ago

    I was 23 when I finished college and got married. I was so ready for change!

  49. rembrandz profile image83
    rembrandzposted 6 years ago

    In my part of the world which is the opposite side of USA, it's normal if we stay at our parents' even at 30 unless we get married or go off to college or work far away from home. Though we start providing for the parents by 25 sons or daughters (it is an unsaid agreement). Anyway I was nowhere closer to 30 when I left home.

  50. nu-flowerchild profile image58
    nu-flowerchildposted 6 years ago

    20, but moving back because me and my roommate just terminated our lease because she's going to culinary school. I'm 21 now, and plan to move to Florida next year.

 
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