Do you live with your parents after you get married?

@my1341 (460)
March 14, 2009 8:47am CST
I live apart from my parents after I get married. What about you?
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8 responses
@zedlav23 (458)
• Philippines
23 Mar 09
We live apart from both our families and as of now, we are currently renting an apartment. We are planning to get a house of our own in about a year or two.
@SKYRYNE (100)
• Philippines
19 Mar 09
I wont live near to my parents house. It seems like a hell to me. I used to live from the other village. Then have visit to my parents weekends or free time.
• Singapore
18 Mar 09
im not married =D lols.. im not sure about my aunts, but my uncle lived with my grandparents for a few years after he graduated, but directly after marriage he left. i think that the same goes for my dad. i do not plan to live with my parents in the future, but i will definitely visit them for family gatherings frequently ^^
• United States
17 Mar 09
so do i. i think most people do.
@chalee68 (73)
• South Korea
17 Mar 09
After we get married we live apart with my parents in law, but sometimes we go there for some gatherings~~~but now i don't have parent in law(both of them are passed away) so we're free for what we want.
@Margarit (3677)
• Philippines
15 Mar 09
There are instances that some cannot afford to have their own house yet for limited resources but if ever i will get married and i don't have home to live i think it is still good to stay at my parents house temporarily until i get my own home. It would be my first priority to have my own place to live so i will be more independent and more responsible wife to my future husband and kids.
@bubbletush (1334)
• Philippines
14 Mar 09
We had our wedding preparations for one year and at the same time have our own house built. So right after the wedding, we have our own house to live and need not live with our parents.
@carpenter5 (6786)
• United States
14 Mar 09
Absolutely! We here in the United States for the most part do live apart from our parents after we get married. Occasionally, there are circumstances that require couples to live at home, but it is not the normal thing to do.