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Moving in?

Discussion in 'College Life' started by Tania Moran, Apr 24, 2019.

  1. Tania Moran

    Tania Moran New Member

    United States
    In Relationship

    I have been with my serious boyfriend for a while now. I found out his sister is coming to the same university and she asked me to move in with her. I would be sleeping with her in one room and he would have his own next door. I was wondering if anyone has any guidance or spiritual advice? Thank you!
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  2. timewerx

    timewerx the village i--o--t--

    Christian Seeker
    Things could get awkward if you and his sister develop any problems later on.

    You may accept her invitation but consider the possibility of having issues later on. Something you should prepare yourself for.
  3. Sketcher

    Sketcher Born Imperishable

    Well, there's the temptation of living with your boyfriend, but then there's his sister there to make it weird. How often is she going to be there?

    You don't want to depend on her being there, though.
  4. carp614

    carp614 Active Member

    Doesn't sound like an awesome idea.
  5. kittysbecute

    kittysbecute Pokémon Master

    United States
    In Relationship
    Is this a dorm or a household?
    I think regardless it is probably a bad idea.
    - Living with boyfriend is a bad idea, even in separate rooms.
    - living with boyfriends family is a bad idea... what happens if you break up?
    Better option - live with a different roomate and just spend time with your boyfriend and his sister outside of a living arrangement.