Not. I got married and moved into a home that was much closer to my job in a quiet neighborhood and compared to the ruckus of living with my family - nice Not that they were bad but four kids younger than me made a ruckus.
I could breath when I left.......now, I'm back again...bummer
Easy, I would rather live on the street than live there.
Pretty hard because I was going off to rehab. But I didn't have much of a choice...it was either go to rehab or be kicked out.
It was not hard for me, my mother always encourage me to see new things, different places, and meet new people. I knew home is always going to be there and the doors are always open for me.
At the time it was easy, but as I've gotten older a lot of my dreams occur in or around my childhood home. It is a place of comfort and safety for me.
Emotionally, pretty easy for me. I couldn't wait to get out from under parental watch and have adventures on my own. Financially, not so easy. I bounced back a couple of times.
When I left it, it was so hard. 26. :( Just married, husband just had a new job. My parents had the house on the market when we left, but I really didn't think anything would come of it any time soon. It was especially hard for me because we moved to a place far, with no family or friends around, and I can't drive. I was terrified, but it got easier... until now. I am back at my childhood home, saying goodbye to it. I was supposed to be here for a week... I've been here a month. My poor husband wants me back, and I keep telling him i don't want to leave.
Itwas exciting. I looked at it like an adventure. I was finally independent.
I didnt have much choice. I got booted out.