Not geographic location, but maybe with whom. Like his mother? That would make a difference.
It would make a difference if a guy lives with his mother wouldn't it? A friend and I are trying to figure out if a guy she's seeing is living with his mother. It's funny you should mention that. Thank you very much.
You know, I suppose a guy living with his mother may just be a compassionate man who loves family - but I would worry more about the mother's feelings and territoriality (is that a word??) :-)
This is a senseless question as "it" and "he" both are undefined.
Because this question is listed under the Gender Relations category (Advice and Tips for Women in Relationships): I think it is safe to assume (it) and (he) is referring to being in a long distance relationship.
A guy could live right around the corner with his wife and kids. He could live in another country. He could live in a dump, or in the street. If he doesn't want you to come over there is a reason I'm sure.
From both the male and female point of view I don't think much matters in the early stages or "infatuation phase" of a relationship.
Long-term however someone will have to relocate to solidify the relationship. However if one is not looking to get married they can enjoy living "in the moment". If the distance frustrates you then it's a sign that you should stick to dating those close to the area you live.
It should not matter where he lives. If you want to be with a person you will make it work. Of course it is harder to deal with a relationship when you are far away, but it can also be very exciting and it gives people the chance to really learn about each other.
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