Dating while still living with parents
Take Craig*, 30, who lives in New York City but lived with his parents after college:"I met a girl, then a college senior, right before I began working in late December.
After a few good dates, we decided that slobbering and dry-humping each other in bar booths and in train stations wasn't quite doing the trick, so we decided to go back to my parents' house.
After all, one of the end goals of all girls is to meet the family of their boyfriends. [Read: 9 things you can do to get his parents to like you] #3 Getting to know you. The way he treats his family will most likely be the way he will treat you.
The term “getting to know your boyfriend” is being taken to a whole new level. If you get to see your guy surrounded by family and he acts like a jerk around them, then that’s your cue to get out of there.
“We have to be quiet, my parents might wake up.” Uh oh.
If not, time to drop the couch surfer, otherwise, you may find yourself couch surfing with him in the future.
This is mostly because my bedroom, upstairs, is really creaky and any sudden, sustained or — gulp — rhythmic movements would've caused too much noise and broken the peace of the house."The gory details of each story might vary, but navigating dating and sex in the shadow of your parents is an increasingly common challenge for millennials.