Set some ground rules as soon as possible to make sure everyone is clear on how things will work.
Yes, you've had roommates for the past several years, and you may view your parents as similar to them.
Sure, moving back in with your parents may not have been your first choice for what to do after you graduated from college.
Many people, however, move back in with their folks for a wide range of reasons.
Just trying to find a reliable job so I can move out. After college is when girls start treating you like a tremendous loser.
I'm still living with my parents and I don't find it a hinderance.. Just be sure you make it clear that you are working, going to school to better yourself and plan on coming out with no debt unlike everyone else.
Do your best to keep this in mind as you figure out how things will work once you move back in.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.I'm 26 and yes, I still live at home with my parents but I do NOT live off of them!It seems they just might be able to, at least according to a recent survey by dating site Zoosk.Based on data from the site's members, most of whom are age 30 or under, 80% of singles said they would go on a date with someone who lives with their parents -- which means that, as Zoosk puts it, "living with parents is no longer a dating deal-breaker." One probable cause for that result: the sheer numbers of students moving home after school.