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There are a lot of things I can say trying to justify this situation, playing the culture card or the tradition card, but the point of this is I still live at my parents’.

I went to a local university, just a 15-minute drive away from the house I grew up in, and I found a job in town after I finished school, so there was no reason for me to move out. Mr. T’ case is a bit different—after finishing school he got a job in Hermosillo, the state capital, two hours away from here, so now he has his own place away from home.

It’s kind of a cultural thing. My parents lived at home till the day they got married, they went to school and found jobs in the city they grew up in, and the idea of moving in together before marriage was enough reason to burn them in the city square (figuratively, don’t worry).

I come from a very traditional environment. I’m not sure if the entire country, state, or city is like this, but pretty much everyone I know has the same views my parents have on the matter. Someone’s not supposed to leave home till marriage, or till getting a job outside the city. I know it’s old fashioned, but it’s the way things are done here.

Personal picture / My parents, brother,香港码报, sister, Mr. T, and me. Yes we’re wearing matching shirts.

It’s hard to understand other people’s cultures and customs. My mom always talks about how odd and inappropriate it is for TV to portray young couples living together before getting married; she doesn’t exactly get that’s how things are done a lot of other places in the world,蓝月亮报码室.

Of course I know some couples who lived together before marriage and they’re not burned at the stakes, but they certainly get a hard time from a lot of people. In a country where 80% of people follow (or say they follow) a religion that disapproves premarital cohabitation, the population can be a bit intolerant.

Mr. Toadstool and I always talked about moving in together before getting married. It was something we really wanted to do; however, as we grew up it became clear we wouldn’t be able to do it. Us living together prior to marriage would create a tension between us and our families that would seriously damage our family dynamics. (Doesn’t it sound dramatic? Sadly, it kind of is.)

I think it was me who ultimately made the decision (I can’t use that coin to repay all my parents have done for me) and finally realized it wasn’t going to happen. Mr. T was more than supportive with the decision, and at the end I have a feeling that the idea of us not living together till marriage hurried him into the decision of proposing. (Points for me! Kidding.)

Was/is premarital cohabitation a problem for you and your SO? What do you think about grownups still living at home?

Tags: familyobregon-mexico BLOGGER Mrs. Toadstool Location: Obregon, Mexico Occupation: Research Assistant Wedding Date: December 2012 Venue: Hacienda los Agaves --> Related Posts The Little Mermaid’s Identity Crisis06/23/14 @ 6:14 am With Us in Spirit06/09/14 @ 6:04 am Weddings Bring out the Crazy, Right?07/30/14 @ 10:24 am On What’s Important07/07/14 @ 3:34 pm(责任编辑:特码网心水论坛www.temaw.com或www.929023.com-打造最全、最准、最精的特码稳中资料!歡迎閣下光臨!)

 
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