• Moving out of your parent's house

    Profile photo of lizforanimalrights16

    Over a year ago

    This has nothing to do with animal rights but I know that many peta2 members can help. I am a senior in high school and soon going to college, but I live very close to my university. I am stuck between moving to campus, staying at home, or moving some where else to live. In part, I feel safe at home and I know that I won’t need to pay rent, utilities, etc. I also, feel that I need to move out of my parent’s house because I want my own place and my own independence. At the same time however, I am really iffy about staying on campus and having a roommate, etc. I was just noticing that many peta2 staff are college students and wondering if you guys still live with your parents, moved out on your own, or live on campus? Also, if you guys can give me advice on what I should do and how to make that transition, that would be very appreciated. Thank you all very much.

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  • Profile photo of hakred

    Over a year ago

    If your parents are willing to let you stay, I’d advise you to do so. Trying to balance bills, a job, and school work can be very difficult. I feel that many may find themselves quickly overwhelmed. Ultimately, the decision is yours and I hope that whatever you decide brings you much happiness. :)

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