Dear Abby Jeanne Phillips Published 12:00 AM EDT Sep 14, 2019 Dear Abby: I’m having trouble with a friend, “Julie.” We have been close friends for about five years. Julie is 29, still a virgin and lives at home. I never thought much about her living at home but, as the years go by, her living arrangements have become more front and center. I’m in a meaningful relationship and recently bought my first home (on my own). Julie shows no interest in dating or moving out of her parents’ home. She says living at home is a “cultural” thing, and most people within her culture move out when they get married. At the rate she is “dating,” she will never move out. Her constant complaints about her job, money and wanting a place of her own are getting annoying. She says moving out would be “tedious” because she would then have to budget her money and wouldn’t be able to spend freely. She doesn’t cook, clean or do anything to help out around the house. Her stay-at-home mother does everything. I like Julie. She’s a sweet, fun and attractive girl. I know she can live her life as she pleases… Read full this story
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