Do fairly independent adults find it difficult to leave their homes/ parents?
I moved out of my parents house when I was 21. The only reason I stayed so long was because I was saving money. I'm close to my family but it wasn't really that hard to leave. I live only a few minutes away from them, so it's not that bad.
Even if you do find it difficult, it's an important milestone in your life. Learning to be independent is scary, but realizing that you make all the decisions in your life is exhilarating. Enjoy it!
by Grace Marguerite Williams 8 months ago
adult children to grow. They are the type of parents who subconsciously sabotage their children's career chances and advancements. They seem to be deathly afraid to allow their children to establish their own independent lives. They want their adult children to be NEAR...
by callie123 7 years ago
Did you used to love reading but now find it difficult?used to read all the time now found as I have got older the thought of reading smacks of metaphorically speaking of ' climbing hills in heavily soiled wellies only to find there was a short cut to a few eventful sights'.
by Goodpal 6 years ago
Why we create comfort zones and then find it difficult to come out of it?It is well known that living in the comfort zone for too long limits growth and sets in boredom and dissatisfaction. I wonder why living comfort zone is hard for many people.
by Amanda Littlejohn 4 years ago
Why do so many older people find it difficult to chew?Is this just because they have bad teeth, dentures or is it also related to muscular weakness - or something else? Are there precautions you could take or exercises you could do to prevent this problem?
by NiaG 5 years ago
How many find it difficult to do your research without the use of a library?Do you rely only on the facts found from Google or do you go to the library to research your hubs?
by ngureco 7 years ago
Why Do Women Find It Difficult To Ask A Guy Point Blank If He Is Attracted To Her?
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