Unless you are 16, you should not date a guy that lives with his parents. There are some boundaries and fine lines and gray areas here, but the consensus is pretty much that unless you are both under legal adult age, you should not date a guy that lives with mom and dad.
I haven’t had one of these, but this guy is just out of school, has his first real job or is looking for one. So he, like a champ, gives up, sublets, or keeps his place —. If you were to marry him, you might live there too for a bit.I just didn't see why he has been living at home for the last 3 years! I thought he was working towards an associate in IT but I guess it's really a certificate. You obviously aren't happy with his living with his mother, what he does for a living, and the fact that he has a certificate and not a degree..I just found this out because he told me he has only 2 classes left to complete his schooling. Sounds to me that he is just not good enough for me. He could take the job, then look for something in a line of work he prefers.Now I’m going to say something that no doubt many men won’t like and certainly it should set off some alarm bells if you’re with one of these guys: Most guys with a healthy relationship with their mother and a fairly decent level of connection to their emotions, definitely do not want to be living with their mother past their mid to late twenties; thirty at a push.wants to have a relationship and do it in a healthy way is going to be literally living under his mothers apron strings.How long does she stay when she moves in overnight or longer?