More and more adults are still living with their
after finishing education and having jobs have been a controversial debit in many Asian countries.
some benefits are staying with the family, I believe that its disadvantages outweigh the advantages.
On the one hand, living together is a
exchange; people will have more chances of being cared for.
, the adults, who usually do not have time for themselves, will receive better
, and vice versa. Many
often cope with sickness and disease;
, the existence and support of the children in their daily life will strengthen their mental health to fight against illness, enabling them to take good treatment whenever needed.
, in terms of work-life balance,
can significantly impact their future; they can make the most of their
to focus on pursuing a successful career.
, there are considerable risks in living with
and foremost, being over-reliant stops us from fitting into an independent life. A typical example is that the
of everything in the family. If we lead a married life, we will quickly get lost or confused about things to be finished, as we have never faced
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patterns will remain unchanged, as we depend heavily on our
, which mainly prevents us from fully being self-developed. The more dependent we are, the less soft skills and real-life experience we acquire. If we have everything done by the
except making money,
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, we find running the family home extremely unmanageable.
In conclusion, I support the idea of living alone, as it helps us draw more vital experiences and learn practical lessons.
, we have to organize our time better as we should learn how to manage everything from
and spend time putting knowledge into practice.
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