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There are both advantages and disadvantages for young people who live with their families

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There are both advantages and disadvantages for young people who live with their families by Cristina Nuta -

How many times haven't we heard teenagers complaining about the fact that they'd have liked to live alone. How come? Well, this is because they say that they want to be independent and do whatever they wish to at ever moment.

But are there only disadvantages for young people who live with their families? To answer this question we should first mention some of the advantages which teenagers can take benefit of, if living with their families. First, they don't have to cook for themselves, a thing which can be a great problem for the majority of teenagers, especially boys. It is true that there are several young people who know how to prepare something for them to eat. But on the other hand, there are others who hate having to do this and prefer to buy a hamburger fr om the fast-food. Then, living with your parents, means you don't have to do all the housework alone. Mother can do the washing-up or iron your clothes and she can only ask you to help her cleaning once a week.

On the contrary, to live alone offers somebody total independence but at the same time responsibility. It is a great advantage to know that you can listen to music at a high volume without having to stand your father telling you should put the sound lower. And in case you disturb some of your neighbours, then it is your own responsibility to answer the door and apologize.

Moreover, to live alone implies having the opportunity to invite some friends along, no matter the day of the hour. You can throw a little party, too but, again, be careful with your neighbours as they like to complain and your parents can find out very quickly.

However, it is very important to live alone as a teenager, because this step in your life helps one mature. You learn to make a daily programme for youself, to have things put into order, to make yourself time to prepare something to eat, to go shopping and pay your bills.

Nowadays, many young people prefer to live alone because they want to be much more independent and responsible, even if we should admit that it is a little harder for the majority of families to afford this. However, it is essential for a teenager to be away from his family for some time, to see how he can manage in his own.

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Date Added: 12 August '08


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